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Table 1 Study subject demographics by disease

From: Diagnostic delays in vasculitis and factors associated with time to diagnosis

Disease type Number of patients Mean age ± SD (median) Female
N (%)
Caucasian
N (%)
Behçet’s disease 17 45 ± 13 (41) 15 (88%) 15 (94%)
Central nervous system vasculitis 15 53 ± 11 (55) 12 (80%) 13 (87%)
Cryoglobulinemic vasculitis 15 63 ± 14 (67) 13 (87%) 14 (93%)
Eosinophilic granulomatosis with polyangiitis 58 59 ± 12 (60) 40 (69%) 54 (93%)
Giant cell arteritis 26 70 ± 9 (73) 20 (77%) 24 (92%)
Granulomatosis with polyangiitis 169 56 ± 15 (59) 110 (65%) 164 (98%)
IgA-vasculitis 18 49 ± 19 (53) 12 (67%) 17 (94%)
Microscopic polyangiitis 53 57 ± 14 (61) 43 (81%) 52 (98%)
Polyarteritis nodosa 21 47 ± 20 (50) 11 (52%) 19 (90%)
Takayasu’s arteritis 21 43 ± 18 (38) 20 (95%) 19 (90%)
Urticarial vasculitis 15 57 ± 12 (60) 12 (80%) 15 (100%)
Other 28 54 ± 14 (58) 22 (79%) 26 (93%)
Total for all types of vasculitis 456 56 ± 15 (59) 330 (72%) 432 (95%)