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Table 2 Laboratory features of seven patients with mixed cryoglobulinemic glomerulonephritis associated with HBV infection

From: Clinicopathological study of mixed cryoglobulinemic glomerulonephritis secondary to hepatitis B virus infection

Case Hb(g/L) Scr (μmol/L) eGFR (ml/min per 1.73m2) SAlb(g/L) 24hUP(g/d) C3(g/L) C4(g/L) RF (IU/ml) Cryoglobulin typing Cryocrit(%) M protein in SPE(g/L) SIFE UIFE Serum IgM(g/L)
1 84 111 51.07 34 3.29 0.519 0.005 361 II, IgMκ 5 0.20 F-κ 0.80
2 91 320 13.14 28 3.03 0.315 0.003 564 II, IgMκ 23 2.32
3 100 223 23.50 33 0.43 0.405 0.001 3752 II, IgMκ 15 7.20 IgMκ F-κ 15.36
4 82 151 40.59 24 11.57 0.566 0.035 733 II, IgMκ 4 3.60 IgMκ 4.74
5 99 169 46.26 25 5.57 0.444 0.013 368 II, IgMκ 4 0.40 IgMκ 4.53
6 83 284 21.00 24 6.57 0.480 0.138 103 II, IgMκ 1 0.82
7 99 306 20.20 30 6.19 0.726 0.118 117 III 1 1.40
  1. Hb Hemoglobulin, Scr Serum creatinine, eGFR Estimated glomerular filtration rate, SAlb Serum albumin, 24hUP 24-h urine protein, RF Rheumatoid factor, SIFE Serum immunofixation electrophoresis, UIFE Urine immunofixation electrophoresis