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Table 2 Previous case reports and series of CSD in immunocompetent children with hepatosplenic abscesses

From: Hepatosplenic abscesses in an immunocompetent child with cat-scratch disease from Peru

# Type N Year of publication Age (cases) or age-range (series) Gender Location Clinical presentation Abscess(es) Treatment Outcome Reference
1 Case reports 2 1996 5-year-olda Male Houston, TX, USA Abdominal pain and fever Hepatosplenic abscesses Rifampin Cured [20]
4-year-olda Male Rhinorrhea and fever Hepatosplenic abscesses Rifampin Cured
2 1 1999 7-year-old Male Verona, Italy Regional lymphoadenitis Hepatosplenic micro-abscesses Not reported Cured [18]
3 1 2003 3-year-old Female Phildelphia, PA, USA Orbital abscess and osteomyelitis Hepatosplenic abscesses Ampicillin–sulbactam plus rifampin Cured [36]
4 1 2016 16-month-old Male Taoyuan, Taiwan Disseminated Hepatosplenic micro-abscesses, resolved after 4 months Azithromycin Cured [15]
5 Case series 11 1997 1.5–13 years-old Male: 12, female: 7 Atlanta, GA, USA Fever of unknown origin Splenic: 11, hepatic: 3 Gentamicin, trimethoprim–sulfamethoxazole, rifampin and ciprofloxacin Cured [19]
6   19 1999 2–8 years-old Male: 5, female: 6 Houston, TX, USA Fever and abdominal pain Hepatosplenic: 13, hepatic: 3, splenic: 3 Gentamicin, rifampin, trimethoprim–sulfamethoxazole, ampicillin Cured [37]
  Current 1 2019 3-year-old Male Trujillo, Peru Persistent fever Hepatosplenic micro-abscesses Azithromycin Cured
  Total 36 1999–2016 16-month–old to 13 year-old Male: 22, female: 14 USA: 33, Italy: 1, Taiwan: 1, Peru: 1 Hepatosplenic: 30, hepatic: 6, splenic: 3 Rifampin: 22, trimethoprim–sulfamethoxazole: 13, gentamicin: 10 All cured
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