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Table 1 Clinical and demographic features of IgAN patients and healthy controls

From: Fecal microbiota characteristics of Chinese patients with primary IgA nephropathy: a cross-sectional study

 Healthy group (n = 18)IgAN group (n = 17)P-value
Sex (Female/Male)4/143/140.735
Age (years)49.72 ± 8.3944.76 ± 10.530.132
BMI (kg/m2)23.16 ± 1.3922.18 ± 2.090.108
CysC (mg/L)0.55 ± 0.080.82 ± 0.430.011
BUN (mmol/L)4.88 ± 0.995.64 ± 2.290.208
Scr (μmol/L)56.35 ± 8.65101.43 ± 87.040.036
eGFR (ml/min/1.73m2)107.13 ± 12.5283.16 ± 32.490.006
uACR (mg/g)9.61 ± 3.00949.49 ± 814.110.000
GLU (mmol/L)5.03 ± 0.545.08 ± 0.510.764
TC (mmol/L)4.43 ± 0.714.84 ± 0.990.160
TG (mmol/L)1.29 ± 0.231.54 ± 0.620.119
CRP0.47 ± 0.291.12 ± 1.170.030
Frequency of pathologic features (percentages) in 17 biopsies scored according to Oxford Classification
mesangial hypercellularity (M) M0 = 12% M1 = 88%
endocapillary hypercellularity (E) E0 = 88% E1 = 12%
segmental glomerulosclerosis (S) S0 = 71% S1 = 29%
tubular atrophy/interstitial fibrosis (T) T0 = 76% T1 = 18% T2 = 6%
  1. Note: Results are expressed as the mean ± SD and ratio. Abbreviations: SD standard deviation; BMI body mass index; CysC Cystatin C; BUN blood urea nitrogen; Cr creatinine; eGFR estimated glomerular filtration rate; uACR urinary albumin-to-creatinine ratio; GLU glucose; TC total cholesterol; TG Triglyceride; CRP C-reactive protein