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Table 2 Clinical and Laboratory Features among 78 juvenile SLE patients

From: Clinical presentations and outcomes of Filipino juvenile systemic lupus erythematosus

Category At the time of diagnosis during the disease course
  No. % No. %
Mucocutaneous
Manifestations
71 91.0 72 92.3
   Malar rash 51 65.3 60 76.9
   Discoid rash 25 32.0 28 35.8
   Photosensitivity 43 55.1 57 73.0
   Oral ulcers 42 53.8 53 67.9
   Alopecia 31 39.7 41 52.5
Musculoskeletal
Involvement
32 41.0 42 53.8
   Arthritis 17 21.7 31 39.7
   Arthralgia 24 30.7 40 51.2
Pulmonary Involvement 11 14.1 17 21.7
   Pleuritis/Pleural effusion 11 14.1 16 20.5
Cardiac Involvement 13 16.6 17 21.7
Pericarditis/Pericardial
Effusion
12 15.3 14 20.5
Valvular anomaly on
Echocardiography
8 10.2 8 10.2
Ventricular/atrial
Hypertrophy
4 5.1 5 6.4
Renal involvement 49 62.8 56 71.7
   Hematuria 19 24.3 26 33.3
   Proteinuria 32 41.0 20 25.6
CNS involvement 24 30.7 25 32.0
   Seizure 12 15.3 15 19.2
   Behavioral changes 9 11.5 10 12.8
Hematologic
Involvement
37 47.4 54 69.2
Laboratory     
   Cellular casts 11 14.1 22 28.2
   Increased creatinine 6 7.6 11 14.1
   Hemolytic anemia 7 8.9 8 10.2
   Leukocytopenia 12 15.3 25 32.0
   Lymphocytopenia 17 21.7 32 41.0
   Thrombocytopenia 11 14.1 20 25.6
   Low C3 7 8.9 7 8.9