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Table 1 Summarize previously published cases of LCV associated with CD

From: Leukocytoclastic vasculitis as a rare dermatologic manifestation of Crohn’s disease mimicking cellulitis: a case report

Case/Reference Year of Publication First Author Patient age Patient Gender Etiology Location of CD Activity of CD Location of rash Therapy Recurrence Y/N
1 [10] 1996 Zlatanic 39 M CD Transverse and sigmoid colon Active Legs IV hydrocortisone N
2 [11] 2002 McIlwain 24 F Infliximab Terminal ileum Active Legs and arms Methylprednisolone N
3 [12] 2008 Tsiamoulous 80 M CD Colon Initial manifestation (active) Legs IV Prednisolone N
4 [113] 2010 Limdi 52 M CD Ileum Quiescent Legs IV steroids N
5 [14] 2013 Karatoprak 28 M CD Jejunum Initial manifestation (active) Legs Prednisone N
6 [15] 2016 Namakura 35 M Infliximab NR Quiescent Legs Spontaneous resolution N
7 [16] 2017 Bernardes 29 F Adalimumab Colon NR Legs and abdomen Discontinuation of Adalimumab Y
8 [16] 2017 Bernardes 60 M Adalimumab Ileocolon NR Legs Discontinuation of Adalimumab N
9 [16] 2017 Bernardes 44 F Adalimumab Colon NR Legs Discontinuation of Adalimumab Y
10 [17] 2017 Goncalves 51 M CD Sigmoid and rectum Initial manifestation (active) Legs, thighs, arms Prednisone Y
11 [18] 2017 Woody 28 F Certolizumab NR NR Legs, feet, palms Prednisone, Dapsone N
12 [19] 2017 Cury 28 F Adalimumab NR Quiescent Legs Colchicine N
13 [20] 2018 Fonseca 38 F Infliximab Ileum Quiescent Legs Prednisone N
14 [21] 2019 Costa-Moreira 28 F Ustekinumab Perianal Quiescent Legs and abdomen Prednisone Y
  1. CD Crohn’s Disease, F Female, IV Intravenous, M Male, N No, Y Yes, NR Not Reported