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Table 2 Patients with neurological sequelae or death

From: Etiology and prognosis of acute viral encephalitis and meningitis in Chinese children: a multicentre prospective study

Number Diseases Age(years) Pathogens Prognosis
1 encephalitis 1.4 HSV1 coma
2 encephalitis 6.5 HSV1 aphasia
3 encephalitis 4.0 HSV1 aphasia
4 encephalitis 5.0 VZV coma
5 encephalitis 9.0 VZV secondary epilepsy
6 encephalitis 1.0 VZV cognitive impairment
7 encephalitis 3.9 VZV blind
8 encephalitis 7.0 EBV ataxia
8 encephalitis 6.0 CMV dysphasia
10 encephalitis 2.2 EVs death
11 encephalitis 1.0 JEV hearing impaired
12 encephalitis 0.6 TBEV hemiplegia
13 encephalitis 5.0 unknown coma
14 encephalitis 7.0 unknown death
15 encephalitis 4.0 unknown visual impaired
16 encephalitis 4.0 unknown euphoria
17 encephalitis 1.7 unknown aphasia
18 encephalitis 10.3 unknown secondary epilepsy
19 encephalitis 11.4 unknown convulsion
20 encephalitis 6.8 unknown hearing impaired
21 encephalitis 3.9 unknown hemiplegia
22 meningitis 11.8 HSV1 headache
23 meningitis 11.8 unknown speech difficulties
  1. HSV1 herpes simplex virus 1, VZV varicella zoster virus, EBV Epstein-Barr virus, CMV cytomegalovirus, EVs human enteroviruses, JEV Japanese encephalitis virus, TBEV tick-borne encephalitis virus