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Table 2 Comparison of serum fetuin-A, CRP and TNFα concentrations in patients with C1-INH-HAE with different attack localization

From: Serum fetuin-A, tumor necrosis factor alpha and C-reactive protein concentrations in patients with hereditary angioedema with C1-inhibitor deficiency

  Symptom-free phase Attack p #
Subcutaneous attack (n = 12)
 Fetuin-A, mg/l 254 (200–273) 295 (260–325) 0.033
 CRP, mg/l 1.19 (0.99–6.16) 3.61 (0.79–4.44) 0.722
 TNFα, ng/ml 2.19 (1.70–2.83) 2.73 (1.75–3.71) 0.237
 D-dimer, μg/ml 0.52 (0.22–0.74) 1.15 (0.41–4.47) 0.110
Submucosal attack (n = 12)
 Fetuin-A, mg/l 265 (241–297) 286 (262–320) 0.308
 CRP, mg/l 1.84 (0.71–4.41) 3.64 (1.34–5.66) 0.272
 TNFα, ng/ml 2.58 (1.11–2.88) 3.17 (1.80–4.75) 0.310
 D-dimer, μg/ml 0.72 (0.17–2.19) 2.44 (1.07–16.52) 0.116
  1. Values in median (25–75) percentiles
  2. #Wilcoxon-test