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Research Article

Concomitant Interstitial Lung Disease with Psoriasis

Table 1

Patient characteristics.

Overall n = 21 median (range) n (%)

Demographic
 Age (years)66 (46, 86)
 Male14 (66.7)
Clinical
 Body mass index (kg/m2)28.9 (20.8, 34.5)
 Smoking15 (71.4)
 Home oxygen therapy5 (23.8)
 Time from diagnosis of ILD (months)27 (0, 36)
 Time from diagnosis of psoriasis (years)2 (1, 45)
 Family history of psoriasis1 (4.8)
 PH or possible PH9 (42.9)
 Gastroesophageal reflux10 (47.6)
 NYHA functional class I/II/III/IV5/14/2/0
Pulmonary function test, % predicted
 FVC69 (38, 89)
 FEV1.0/FVC80 (71, 104)
 DLco47 (17, 95)
 FEV1.073 (42, 95)
6-minute walking test (m)280 (104, 579)
Lung biopsy5 (23.8)

ILD: interstitial lung disease; NYHA: New York Heart Association; PH: pulmonary hypertension.

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