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Table 1 Frequency of subtypes, clinical, laboratorial and drugs used in JIA patients

From: Frequency of Fabry disease in a juvenile idiopathic arthritis cohort

Features N (%)
JIA subtypes:
 Oligoarticular 42 (47.20)
 Negative RF Polyarticular 17 (19.10)
 Enthesitis related 15 (16.90)
 Systemic 10 (11.20)
 Positive RF Polyarticular 3 (3.36)
 Psoriatic 1 (1.12)
 Undifferentiated 1 (1.12)
Symptoms:
 Acroparesthesia 47 (52.80)
 Difficulty gaining weight 30 (33.70)
 Heat Intolerance 26 (29.50)
 Hyperhidrosis 22 (24.70)
 Dyspepsia 19 (21.30)
 Tinnitus 18 (20.20)
 Peripheric Neuropathy 17 (19.10)
 Abdominal distention 14 (15.70)
 Chronic fatigue 14 (15.70)
 Diarrhea 11 (12.40)
 Dysacusis 8 (9.00)
 Gastric fullness sensation 6 (6.74)
 Angiokeratoma 2 (2.24)
 Telangiectasia 00
Family History:
 Stroke 38 (42.70)
 Sudden death 22 (24.71)
 kidney failure 11 (12.40)
 Transient attack 2 (2.24)
 Fabry 1 (1.12)
Laboratory:
 ANA 13 (14.60)
 Microalbuminuria (66 patients) 9 (12.32)
 HLA-B27 6 (6.74)
 Rheumatoid Factor 3 (3.39)