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Table 3 The relationship between serum HBV-infectious markers in 329 cases and the pathological subtype of HBV-GN

From: The relationship between HBV serum markers and the clinicopathological characteristics of hepatitis B virus-associated glomerulonephritis (HBV-GN) in the northeastern chinese population

HBV-infectious markers in serum N The pathological subtype of HBV-GN, number (%)
MsPGN MPGN MN MCG GML IgAN Other
HBsAg+,HBeAg+,HBcAb+ 160 37(23.1) * 47(29.4) * 16(10) 9(5.6) 13(8.1) 23(14.4) 15(9.4)
HBsAg+,HBeAb+,HBcAb+ 89 26(29.2) * 10(11.2) 9(10.1) 8(9) 11(12.4) 16(18) 9(10.1)
HBsAg+,HBcAb+ 47 11(23.4) 4(8.5) 9(19.2) 6(12.8) 1(2.1) 9(19.2) 7(14.9)
HBsAg+ 33 8(24.2) 3(9.1) 4(12.1) 8(24.2) 5(15.2) 3(9.1) 2(6.1)
  1. *Pā€‰<ā€‰0.05.