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Table 3 Involvement of renal arteries

From: Prevalence of visceral artery involvement in patients with peripheral artery disease found on run-off MRA

  All patients (n = 141) RAI ≥ grade 3 (n = 28) RAI < grade 3 (n = 113) p value
n % n % n %
Females 33 23% 9 32% 24 21% 0.2233
Age in years, median (range) 68 (27–91) 67 (52–85) 68 (27–91) 0.7781
eGFR in mL/min/1.73 m2, median (range), (n = 134) 84 (25–253) 70 (25–138) 88 (30–253) 0.0137
Creatinine in μmol/L median (range), (n = 134) 83 (12–205) 95 (50–205) 82 (12–158) 0.0903
CRP in mg/L, median (range) 8.490 (0–289) 9.375 (0–55) 8.270 (0–289) 0.8483
Arterial hypertension 83 59% 22 79% 61 54% 0.0192
Diabetes 54 38% 10 36% 44 39% 0.8303
Indication for MRA        
 Suspected PAD 12 9% 1 4% 11 10% 0.4599
 Known PAD 129 91% 27 96% 102 90%  
Fontaine stage IIa 3 3% 0 0% 3 3% 0.0684
Fontaine stage IIb 61 52% 18 72% 43 47%
Fontaine stage III 10 9% 2 8% 8 9%
Fontaine stage IV 43 37% 5 20% 38 41%
Presence of accessory renal artery 24 17% 6 21% 18 16% 0.5742
  1. p values < 0.05 appear bold
  2. RAI renal artery involvement, eGFR estimated glomerular filtration rate by Cockroft–Gault, MRA magnetic resonance angiography, PAD peripheral artery disease