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Table 3 Correlations between changes in serum C-X-C motif chemokine 10 (CXCL10) or CXCL13 levels and those of disease activity markers in follow-up adult-onset Still’s disease patients

From: Association of CXCL10 and CXCL13 levels with disease activity and cutaneous manifestation in active adult-onset Still’s disease

Disease activity marker Correlation coefficient, r (p-value)
Delta CXCL10 Delta CXCL13
Delta systemic score 0.516 (0.049) 0.642 (0.01)
Delta leukocytes 0.036 (0.899) 0.356(0.193)
Delta hemoglobin −0.175 (0.532) 0.177 (0.528)
Delta platelets 0.289 (0.296) 0.036 (0.899)
Delta ESR 0.029 (0.919) 0.175 (0.533)
Delta CRP 0.05 (0.86) 0.604 (0.017)
Delta ferritin 0.35 (0.201) 0.425 (0.114)
Delta albumin −0.136 (0.628) 0.142 (0.614)
Delta bilirubin 0.061 (0.829) −0.106 (0.707)
Delta AST 0.438 (0.103) −0.116 (0.68)
Delta ALT 0.464 (0.081) −0.468 (0.079)
  1. ESR erythrocyte sedimentation rate, CRP C-reactive protein, AST aspartate transaminase, ALT alanine transaminase. Spearman’s correlation coefficients were calculated. The systemic scoring system of Pouchot et al. [28] assigns a score from 0 to 12 with 1 point for each of the following manifestations: fever, typical rash, pleuritis, pneumonia, pericarditis, hepatomegaly or abnormal liver function test data, splenomegaly, lymphadenopathy, leukocytosis ≥ 15,000/mm2, sore throat, myalgia, and abdominal pain