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Table 3 Cumulative symptoms from the first to last follow up

From: Clinical features of children with enthesitis-related juvenile idiopathic arthritis / juvenile spondyloarthritis followed in a French tertiary care pediatric rheumatology centre

  Total, n = 114
Peripheral arthritis 99 (87%)
 Oligo-articular involvement 66 (58%)
 Hips 52 (46%)
 Knee 66 (58%)
 Ankle 43 (38%)
 Mild-foot 10 (9%)
 Metatarsophalangeal 19 (17%)
 Shoulder 14 (12%)
 Elbow 14 (12%)
 Wrists 28 (25%)
 Metacarpo-phalangian 15 (13%)
 Proximal Interphalangial 14 (12%)
 Dactylitis 15* (13%)
Enthesis 98 (86%)
 Pelvic and greater trochanter enthesitis 25 (22%)
 Knee 53 (46%)
 Plantar fascia insertion into the metatarsal head 45 (39%)
 Achilles’ tendon and fascia plantar insertion into the calcaneus 84 (74%)
Axial involvement 72 (63%)
 Dorsal spine 27 (24%)
 Lumbar spine 50 (44%)
 Sacroiliac joints 54 (47%)
  1. We followed our cohort for a median duration of 2.6 years (IQR = 2.3) and the median disease duration was 4.3 years (IQR = 3.2)
  2. * Dactylitis was more frequent in girls than boys (26 vs. 6%, respectively, p < 0.01)