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Table 1 Clinical characteristic and prognosis of patients with AFOP

From: Acute fibrinous and organizing pneumonia: two case reports and literature review

Variable Total
(n=150)
Idiopathic-AFOP
(n=50)
Secondary-AFOP
(n=100)
Age (y) 54.3±15.8 57.6±14.1 52.3±16.5
Gender, malea 65/128(51) 23/50(46) 42/78 (42)
Symptoms
 Fever 64(43) 27(54) 37(37)
 Dyspnea 108(72) 40(80) 68(68)
 Cough 106(71) 36(72) 70(70)
 Chest pain 24(16) 14(28) 10(10)
 Hemoptysis 9(6) 5(10) 4(4)
Progression, acutea 41/103(40) 16/41(39) 25/62(40)
Smoking statusa 22/58(38) 8/28(29) 14/31(45)
CT patterna
 Consolidation 79/145(54) 32/46(70) 47/99(47)
 GGO 61/145(42) 14/46(30) 47/99(47)
 Nodulars 29/145(20) 10/46(22) 19/99(19)
Mortality
 All-cause death 59 (39.3) 10 (20) 49 (49)
 Related death 49 (32.7) 10 (20) 39(44)
  1. Values are mean ± SD or n (%)
  2. AFOP Acute fibrinous organizing pneumonia, GGO Ground-glass opacity
  3. anot including all the cases for some were not reported