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Table 3 a, b Prevalence of changes of sUA levels in both sex levels in inherited renal hypouricemia and inherited tubulointerstitial kidney disease

From: Prevalence of inherited changes of uric acid levels in kidney dysfunction including stage 5 D and T: a systematic review

Frequency of decreased sUA levels in both male and female sex (a)
 sUA < 2 mg/dl No. (total=17) Male (No.=12) Female (No.=5)
 < 0.5 3/17(17.6%) 1/12 (8.3%) 2/5 (40%)
 0.5-1 7/17 (41.1%) 5/12 (41.6%) 2/5 (40%)
 1.1-1.9 7/17 (41.1%) 6/12 (50%) 1/5 (20%)
Frequency of elevated sUA levels in both male and female sex (b)
 sUA > 6 mg/dl No.(total=31) Male (No.= 16) Female (No.=15)
 6 - 8 12/31 (38.7%) 5/16 (31.2 %) 7/15 (46.6%)
 8.1-10 8/31 (25.8%) 4/16 (25%) 4/15(26.6%)
 10.1-12 6/31 (19.3%) 3/16 (18.7%) 3/15 (20%)
 > 12 4/31 (12.9%) 3/16 (18.7%) 1/15 (6.6%)
  1. sUA Serum uric acid, No. Number