Analysis of clinical characteristics and prognosis factors of 71 cases with HIV-negative Castleman’s disease: hypoproteinemia is an unfavorable prognostic factor which should be treated appropriately
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HIV negative Castleman’s disease has been reported as a group of poorly understood lymphoproliferative disorder, and we want to explore the clinical feature and prognosis factors of CD.
We retrospectively collected the clinical information of 71 CD patients without HIV infection diagnosed in the first affiliated hospital of Zhengzhou university.
Different clinical classifications, including 35 patients (49.30%) with unicentric Castleman disease and 36 (50.7%) with multicentric Castleman disease, has their specific features compared with each other and unfavorable risk factors calculated by the univariate analysis. As for all of CD patients without HIV infection, there were 7 significant risk factors identified by the results of log-rank test, including clinical complaint, edema (hydrothorax, ascites, pelvic effusion), fatigue, anemia, hypoproteinemia and elevated serum β2-MG. Then, we created a Cox regression model of these clinical and statistic significant factors which indicated hypoproteinemia was an independent poor prognosis factors of CD in both univariate and multivariate analysis.
Our study emphasized the distinction of clinical characteristics between UCD and MCD and the importance of different poor risk factors of different clinical classifications which may directed more precise and appropriate treatment strategy.
KeywordsGiant lymph node hyperplasia Castleman disease HIV Hypoproteinemia Prognostic factors
X.L. and M.Z. designed the research; X.L. analyzed the data and wrote the paper; X.L. and Z.L. contribute to patient follow-up and data collection; Z.L. reviewed the pathological data.
This work was supported by a grant from the Natural Science Foundation, China (No. 81570203).
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The authors have no competing interests.
All procedures performed in studies involving human participants were in accordance with the ethical standards of the institutional and/or national research committee and with the 1964 Helsinki declaration and its later amendments or comparable ethical standards. The ethical code is: science research-2015-LW-42. All patients in the study have consent for participation and provided follow-up record.
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