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Table 2 Epidemiology and clinical presentations of HFMD cases in this study

From: An outbreak of Coxsackievirus A6–associated hand, foot, and mouth disease in a kindergarten in Beijing in 2015

Characteristics N (%)
Sex
 Male 25(49.0)
 Female 26(51.0)
aAge(months) 44(41.0-51.0)
Fever 43(84.3)
aDuration(day) 1.5(1.0-2.0)
aThe highest temperature(°C) 38.7(38.4–39.2)
  ≥ 39 °C 12(23.5)
Rash
 Hand 48(94.1)
 Foot 37(72.5)
 Oral cavity 32(62.7)
 Perioral area 19(37.3)
 Buttock 16(31.4)
 Extremity 6(11.8)
 Trunk 5(9.8)
Bullous eruption 2(3.9)
Pigmentation 9(17.6)
Desquamation 35(68.6)
Onychomadesis 22(43.1)
Hands 21(41.2)
 Thumb 17(33.3)
 Forefinger 10(19.6)
 Middle finger 8(15.8)
 Ring fingers 5(9.8)
 Little finger 3(5.9)
Feet 8(15.7)
 The big toe 8(15.7)
 The second toe 1(2.0)
 The third toe 1(2.0)
aMedian duration from onset to diagnosis(day) 1(0.0–3.0)
Laboratory test
aWBC (109/L) 9.2(6.8–10.8)
aCRP (mg/L) 9.4(8.0–13.5)
aLymphocyte count(109/L) 3.1(2.3–4.0)
aLymphocyte percentage (%) 36.0(24.6–52.4)
  1. WBC, white blood cell; CRP, C-reactive protein
  2. aPresented as the median (p25, p75)