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Table 1 clinical features of patients with Beçet Disease syndrome

From: Cardiac and vascular complications of Behçet disease in the Tunisian context: clinical characteristics and predictive factors

Clinical features Results
Sex
 - Male (n) (%) 145 (68.1)
 - Female (n) (%) 68 (31.9)
Age at diagnosis (years) 30.6
Family history of BD (n) (%) 27 (13.8)
Oral ulcers (n) (%) 210 (98.6)
Genital ulceration (n) (%) 178 (83.6)
Pseudofolliculitis (n) (%) 169 (79.3)
Erythema nodosum (n) (%) 21 (9.99)
Positive pathergy reaction (n) (%) 108(62.06)
Joint involvement (n) (%) 94(44.3)
Ophthalmic involvement (n) (%) 67 (31.6)
Neurological manifestations (n) (%) 26 (12.3)
Cardiovascular complications (n) (%) 64 (30)
Gastrointestinal involvement (n) (%) 1(0.5)
Orchitis (n) (%) 12 (5.6)