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Table 5 The relationship between serum HBV-infectious markers in 329 cases, and initial symptoms and the staging of renal function in 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   Initial symptoms number (%) Renal function staging, number(%)
N Edema Urine abnormity Lumbago and hypodynamia I II III IV V
HBsAg+,HBeAg+,HBcAb+ 160 84(52.5) 49(30.6) 27(16.9) 110(68.8) 35(21.9) 12(7.5) 2(1.3) 1(0.6)
HBsAg+,HBeAb+,HBcAb+ 89 45(50.6) 26(29.2) 18(20.2) 61(68.5) 15(16.9) 6(6.7) 3(3.4) 4(4.5)
HBsAg+,HBcAb+ 47 24(51.1) 11(23.4) 12(25.5) 27(57.5) 13(27.7) 3(6.4) 4(8.5) 0
HBsAg+ 33 16(48.5) 10(30.3) 7(21.2) 27(81.8) 3(9.1) 2(6.1) 1(3) 0
Total 329 169(51.4) 96(29.2) 64(19.5) 225(68.4) 66(20.1) 23(7) 10(3) 5(1.5)