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Table 4 Comparison of the clinical and laboratory in different studies of patients with infectious mononucleosis secondary to Epstein-Barr virus

From: Clinical and laboratory characteristics of infectious mononucleosis by Epstein-Barr virus in Mexican children

Clinical and laboratory data Authors
  Balfour(9), 2005 (%) Grotto(10), 2003 (%) Rea(11), 2001 (%) Gao(12), 2011 (%) Present study 2011 (%)
Lymphadenopathy 95 88.9 57 95 89.5
Fever 30 79 45 92.3 79.7
General body pain NR NR 77 NR 69.3
Pharyngitis 100 95 73 83.5 55.2
Hepatomegaly 25 36.7 7 58.1 47.2
Splenomegaly 35 53.3 8 47.4 36.8
Exanthema 17 16.7 15 14.8 16.5
Jaundice NR 16.7 <10 0 9.8
Myalgia 50 32.4 0 0 0
Palpebral edema 10 NR 0 11.5 0.61
Atypic Lymphocytosis NA 59.2 85.7 51.9 24.5
Transaminasemia NA 57.9 31 48.6 30.9
Hyperbilirubinemia NA 14.9 6 NR 42.1
  1. NR: Not reported. NA: Not analyzed.