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Table 2 Literature review of patients with SLE and MCD a

From: Acute kidney injury associated with minimal change disease in systemic lupus erythematosus: a case report

Author Year Sex Age, yr SCr (mg/dl) Clinical course
Matsumura et al.[10] 1989 F 37 n.d. SLE developed when MCD relapsed
F 21 n.d. SLE developed when MCD relapsed
F 22 n.d. SLE developed simultaneously with onset of MCD
Okai et al.[5] 1992 M 22 n.d. SLE developed simultaneously with onset of MCD
Makino et al.[11] 1995 F 41 1.51 MCD developed during course of SLE
Horita et al.[4] 1997 F 25 n.d. SLE developed simultaneously with onset of MCD
Nishihara et al.[12] 1997 F 17 0.5 SLE developed when MCD was in remission
Guery et al.[13] 1998 F 27 3.41 SLE developed simultaneously with onset of MCD
Perakis et al.[14] 1998 F 45 1.1 MCD developed during course of SLE
Seo et al.[8] 2002 F 41 2.2 SLE developed simultaneously with onset of MCD
Wang et al.[7] 2006 F 19 1.9 MCD developed during course of SLE (NSAID-induced)
Hong et al.[6] 2011 F 24 0.6 MCD developed during course of SLE
Redondo-Pachón et al.[9] 2012 F 59 0.75 MCD developed during course of SLE
  1. aMCD, Minimal change disease; n.d., No data SCr, serum creatinine; SLE, Systemic lupus erythematosus.