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Table 1 Lower urinary tract symptoms in patients with TTR amyloidosis

From: Diagnosis and treatment of urinary and sexual dysfunction in hereditary TTR amyloidosis

  n Age (years) Gender Duration from disease onset (years) Voiding symptoms (%) Incontinence (%) Urinary tract infections (%) Average daytime frequency Average nocturnal frequency Absent bladder sensation (%) No urinary symptoms (%)
Andersson et al. [4] 8 52.25 100% Male 5.9 87.5% 37.5% NR NR NR 37.5% NR
Hita Villaplana et al. [5] 12 44 83.3% Male
16.7% Female
4.8 41.7% 16.7% NR NR NR NR 33.3%
Wada et al. [6] 21 38.7 76.2% Male
83.3% Female
NR 91% 38% NR NR NR NR NR
Andrade et al. [7] 54 38 51.9% Male
48.1% Female
5.8 38.9% 24% 50% 6 0.83 3.7% 16.6%
Gomes et al. [9] 23 43.5% < 30 years 39.1% 30−40 years 17.4% > 40 years 100% Female NR 34.8% 26.1% 21.7% NR NR 56.5% 69.6%
  1. NR not reported