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Table 1 (abstract A39). Concurrent inflammatory/ autoimmune diseases and blood dyscrasia

From: Proceedings of the 2019 Childhood Arthritis and Rheumatology Research Alliance (CARRA) Annual Scientific Meeting

  N (%)
Arthritis
 Any arthritis belowa 63/150 (38.8%)
 Enthesitis Related Arthritis 32/150 (22.0%)
 Psoriatic Arthritis 10/150 (6.7%)
 Spondyloarthritis 22/150 (14.7%)
  Axial 5/150 (3.3%)
  Peripheral 18/150 (12.0%)
 Transient or Reactive Arthritis 9/150 (6.0%)
Autoimmune Disease
 Any autoimmune disease 26/150 (17.3%)
 Autoimmune thyroiditis 16/150 (10.7%)
 Celiac disease 5/150 (3.3%)
 Psoriasis 7/150 (4.7%)
 Chronic urticaria 3/150 (2.0%)
 Behcet's disease 3/150 (2.0%)
 Antiphospholipid syndrome 1/150 (0.7%)
 Type 1 diabetes 1/150 (0.7%)
 Inflammatory bowel Disease 2/150 (1.3%)
Other Inflammatory Disease  
 Eosinophilic esophagitis (EoE) 3/150 (2.0%)
 Periodic fever syndrome 1/150 (0.7%)
Blood Dyscrasia
 Leukopenia* 21/150 (14.0%)
 Lymphopenia* 19/150 (12.7%)
 Thrombocytopenia* 4/150 (2.7%)
 Thrombocytosis 10/150 (6.7%)
 Monocytosis 79/150 (52.7%)
 Iron deficiency anemiab 9/60 (15.0%)
 Low mean corpuscular volume (MCV)b 25/111 (22.5%)
 Low ferritinb 34/79 (43.0%)
  1. aMore than one type of arthritis can exist in a patient due to overlapping criteria
  2. bDenominators reflect number of patients who had the specific laboratory parameter evaluated
  3. *Clinical criteria as per SLICC criteria for systemic lupus erythematosus