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Table 1 Main characteristics of 26 SLE patients with pyoderma gangrenosum

From: Pyoderma gangrenosum and cobalamin deficiency in systemic lupus erythematosus: a rare but non fortuitous association

No. Reference Gender/ Age Location of lesion (number) Timing of PG onset compared to SLE diagnosis Lupus activity at the time of PG onset
1. Our patient M/35 Leg (MP) Simultaneous Signs of activity
2. Lebrun [3] F/32 Face (3) 1 year later No activity
3. F/37 Leg (MP) 10 years later Signs of activity
4. Gonzalez-Moreno [11] M/46 Leg (1) After Signs of activity
5. F/63 Foot (1) After No activity
6. F/42 Leg (1) After No activity
7. F/46 Leg (MP) After No activity
8. M/36 Foot (MP) After Signs of activity
9. Hamzi [12] F/35 Leg (1) 18 years later No activity
10. Canas [13] NS/48 MD 2 years later MD
11. NS/28 MD 4 years later Signs of activity
12. NS/50 MD Simultaneous MD
13. Husein-EIAhmed [14] M/36 Foot (1) 8 years later No activity
14. Masatlioglu [15] F/35 Leg (1) Simultaneous Signs of activity
15. F/47 Thigh (1) 10 months before NA
16. Hind [16] F/14 month Face, ends (MP) Simultaneous Signs of activity
17. Reddy [17] M/34 Legs (MP) After Signs of activity
18. Waldman [18] F/35 Leg (MP) 5 years before NA
19. Sakamoto [19] F/55 Trunk/chest/shoulders (MP) 3 years later Signs of activity
20. Schmid [20] F/64 Leg (2) 11 years later Signs of activity
21. Holbrook [21] F/57 Leg (1) 2 years later No activity
22. Roger [22] F/25 Foot (1) 1 month later Signs of activity
23. Hostetler [23] F/27 Trunk,chest, knees (MP) 13 years later No activity
24. Pinto [24] F/35 Leg (1) 15 years later Signs of activity
25. Peterson [25] F/48 Intergluteal and inguinal folds (6) Simultaneous Signs of activity
26. Olson [26] F/15 Leg (MP) 1 year before NA
  1. M male, F female, MP multiple, MD missing data, PG pyoderma gangrenosum, SLE systemic lupus erythematosus