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Table 1 History, clinical findings and renal involvement in 75 pediatric patients aged from 2.9 to 17 years with new-onset Henoch-Schönlein syndrome. Data are given either as relative frequency or as median and interquartile range

From: Liver chemistry in new-onset Henoch-Schönlein syndrome

Age, years 6.4 [4.8–7.7]
Gender, ♂: ♀ 41: 34
Pre-existing chronic condition, N 0
Recent repetitive exercise 5
Triggers
 Acute lower respiratory infection, N 15
 Acute upper respiratory infection, N 14
 Nonspecific febrile illness, N 10
 Urinary tract infection, N 6
 Acute diarrheal disease, N 3
 Vaccination, N 1
Drug management
 Paracetamol, N 31
 Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatories, N 12
 Penicillins, N 15
 Macrolides, N 4
Clinical findings
 Hepatomegaly, N 2
 Splenomegaly, N 1
 Hepatosplenomegaly, N 1
 Murphy sign, N 0
 Cutaneous involvement
  Mild, N 47
  Moderate, N 25
  Severe, N 3
 Abdominal involvement
  None, N 28
  Mild, N 28
  Moderate, N 17
  Severe, N 2
 Articular involvement
  None, N 14
  Mild, N 46
  Moderate, N 12
  Severe, N 3
Renal involvement
 None, N 45
 Mild, N 22
 Moderate, N 7
 Severe, N 1