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Table 1 Summary Clinical and Laboratory reviews

From: The clinical implications of adult-onset henoch-schonelin purpura

Case Case 1 Case 2
Age (years) 56 57
Respiratory infection No No
Eruption Palpable purpuric rash Blistering rash
Abdominal pain Crampy abdominal pain No
Arthritis/Arthralgia No No
Proteinuria g/24 hours 2.7 3.7
Microscopic hematuria Yes Yes
White cell count 8.0 × 103 cells/mm3 13.8 × 103 cells/mm3
Platelet count 164 × 103 cells/mm3 294 × 103 cells/mm3
PT/INR Normal Normal
ESR (mm/hour) 19 17
CRP(0-9.9) mg/L 11.1 220
Serum IgA mg/dL 787 272
C3/C4 Normal Normal
Autoantibodies Negative Negative
Skin biopsy with immunofluorescence IgA deposition LCV IgA deposition LCV
Renal biopsy with immunofluorescence N/A IgA deposition
Treatment Colchicine and Steroid Colchicine and Steroid
  1. LCV = leukocytoclastic vasculitis