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Table 1 Patients’ demographic data, systemic comorbidities, systemic symptoms, exposure to cats/kittens and serology for B. hensalae

From: The clinical spectrum of ocular bartonellosis: a retrospective study at a tertiary centre in Malaysia

Patient No., sex, age (yrs) Systemic comorbidities Systemic symptoms Exposure to cats /kittens Serology for B. hensalae
1, F, 36 Fever × 2 wks Yes IgM ≥1:24
IgG ≥1:128
 
2, F, 54 Diabetes, hypertension Fever & malaise × 3 wks Yes IgM ≥1:24
IgG ≥1:128
 
3, M, 28 - Yes IgM ≥1:24
IgG ≥1:128
 
4, F, 12 Fever × 2 wks Yes IgM ≥1:24
IgG ≥1:128
 
5, F, 50 Fever × 1 wk Unsure IgM ≥1:24
IgG ≥1:128
 
6, M, 11 Fever & flu-like symptoms × 1 wk Yes IgM ≥1:24
IgG ≥1:128
 
7, F, 27 Fever & flu-like symptoms × 1 wk Yes IgM ≥1:24
IgG ≥1:128
 
8, F, 12 Fever × 5 days, left submandibular & pre-auricular lymphadenopathy Yes IgM ≥1:24
IgG ≥1:128
 
9, F, 38 Renal failure - Unsure IgM ≥1:12
IgG ≥1:64
Repeated:
IgM ≥1:12
IgG ≥1:256
10, F, 11 Fever × 1 wk., left pre-auricular & cervical lymphadenopathy Yes IgM < 1:12 (negative)
IgG ≥1:128
 
11, M, 15 Fever × 5 days, right submandibular lymphadenopathy Yes IgM ≥ 1:24
IgG < 1:64 (negative)
 
12, F, 34 Fever × 1 wk Unsure IgM < 1:12 (negative)
IgG ≥1:64
Repeated:
IgM < 1:12
IgG ≥1:256
13, M, 30 Fever × 1 wk Yes IgG ≥ 1:24
IgM ≥ 1:128
 
  1. F Female, M Male