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Table 1 Clinical summary of 14 published cases of non-O1 V. cholerae extraintestinal infections in immunocompromised patients.

From: Non-O1 Vibrio cholerae inguinal skin and soft tissue infection with bullous skin lesions in a patient with a penis squamous cell carcinoma

Age (years)/gender Clinical syndrome Risk factors other than neoplasia Underlying condition Outcome Reference
72/m Fever
Bacteremia
Renal insufficiency MM Recovered [13]
51/m Pneumonia, diarrhoea - CLL Expired [14]
59/m Bacteremia Cirrhosis Hepatoma Recovered [1]
69/m Ascites Cirrhosis Hepatoma Expired [1]
50/m Bacteremia Cirrhosis Hepatoma Recovered [1]
54/m Bacteremia Cirrhosis Hepatoma Recovered [1]
60/f Diarrhoea Cirrhosis Hepatoma Recovered [15]
36/m Bacteremia Cirrhosis Hepatoma Expired [15]
78/m Fever
Bacteremia
- NSCLC Recovered [11]
62/m Cachexia
Fever
Liver insufficiency GC Recovered [16]
77/m Fever
Splenic abscess
Diabetes PC Expired [17]
78/f Ascites
Bacteremia
Chronic liver disease CC Recovered [12]
54/f Bacteremia
Cellulitis
No ML Expired [5]
36/m Cellulitis Diabetes SCPC Expired Reported case
  1. MM, multiple myeloma; CLL, chronic lymphocytic leukemia; NSCLC, non-small-cell lung carcinoma; GC, gastric cancer; PC pancreatic cancer; CC, cervix carcinoma; ML, myeloid leukemia; SCPC, squamous-cell penis carcinoma.