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Table 1 Baseline Clinical Characteristics of Adults with Acquired Solitary Kidney

From: Identifying risk factors for chronic kidney disease stage 3 in adults with acquired solitary kidney from unilateral nephrectomy: a retrospective cohort study

Parameter Value
No 172
Sex (M/F) 110/62
Age (years) 58.0 (21.0–73.0)
Current smoker 40 (23.3%)
History of cardiovascular disease 39 (22.7%)
Cause of ASK
 Tumors 72 (41.9%)
 Tuberculosis 50 (29.1%)
 Trauma 7 (4.1%)
 Other 16 (9.3%)
 Unknown 27 (15.6%)
Serum creatinine (μmol/L) 83.6 (71.4, 106.0)
eGFR (ml/min/1.73 m2) 92.4 ± 25.0
Comorbidities
 Hypertension (N = 168) 88 (52.4%)
 Obesity (N = 155) 52 (33.5%)
 Diabetes (N = 162) 44 (27.2%)
 Hyperuricemia (N = 169) 59 (34.9%)
 Dyslipidemia (N = 146) 21 (14.4%)
  1. Note: Results are presented as numbers (percentages), medians (interquartile range), or medians (standard deviation); eGFR estimated glomerular filtration rate, ASK acquired solitary kidney, Scr Serum creatinine
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