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Table 1 Patient's characteristics

From: High incidence of severe cyclosporine neurotoxicity in children affected by haemoglobinopaties undergoing myeloablative haematopoietic stem cell transplantation: early diagnosis and prompt intervention ameliorates neurological outcome

Patient number #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6
Age
(yrs)
14 9 12 8 11 17
Gender
(M/F)
M F M F F M
Country of origin Egypt Lebanon Iraq Syria Syria Syria
Diagnosis (Class) SCD B-thal (2) B-thal (3) B-thal (3) B-thal (2) B-thal (2)
AST/ALT
(U/L) pre HSCT
69/18 44/12 65/73 64/79 62/68 20/33
Ferritin
(ng/ml) pre HSCT
3344 1855 3003 4930 3422 1287
Portal fibrosis
Ishak grading (G) and staging (S)
G1/S4 G1/S1 G7/S4 G5/S3 G3/S3 G1/S1
Iron chelation irregular regular irregular irregular regular irregular
HCV status (Ab/RNA) HCVAb+ RNA - HCVAb -
RNA -
HCVAb+
RNA +
HCVAb -
RNA -
HCVAb -RNA - HCVAb+ RNA -