Table 1

Clinical data of the patients from the family 42

Patient

171/fam 42

172/fam 42

174/fam 42

175/fam42

176/fam42


Gender

M

M

F

M

M

Age (years)

66

38

32

16

14

Age of onset (years)

66

35

32

14

7

Blood pressure

H

H; on therapy

N

N

N

Serum creatinin (μmol/l)

not measured

not measured

80

105

75

Ultrasound of liver

not done

numerous cysts

normal

normal

normal

Ultrasound of kidneys

enlarged kidneys, large cysts

enlarged kidneys, large cysts, calcinations

cysts

several small cysts

several small cysts

Dialysis (age at start in years)

no

no; first signs of insufficiency

no

no

no

Additional symptoms

severe arterial hypertension

headaches


M or F designate male or female patients. Normal values for blood pressure are less then 120/80 mm Hg, (in the table designated as N) values from 120/80 mm Hg up to 139/89 mm Hg indicate prehypertension (P) and values above 140/90 indicate hypertension (H). Normal values for serum creatinin are 70–115 μmoles/l for men and 52–97 μmoles/l for women.

Vouk et al. BMC Medical Genetics 2006 7:6   doi:10.1186/1471-2350-7-6

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