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Table 1 Streptococcus pyogenes endocarditis and serotypes/emm types

From: Group A streptococcus endocarditis in children: 2 cases and a review of the literature

Case [ref] Year Age, Sex Underlying conditions T type M type emm type*
A [15] 1992 3 y, Female Arnold-Chiari malformation,
ventriculoperitoneal shunt, developmental delay
12   
B [28] 2000 2 y 9 m, Male   12 nontypeable  
C [29] 2013 60 y, Male smoking, nonalcoholic steatohepatitis, left iliofemoral bypass    44
D [16] 2015 63 y, Male     12
E [17] 2015 9 y, Female VSDa repair at 7 y 13   90.2
F [30] 2001 73 y, Female Predisposing condition for IE    77
G [30] 2005 64 y, Male     82
H [30] 2006 33 y, Male Intravenous drug user    82
I [30] 2008 68 y, Female     87
J [30] 2011 24 y, Male Intravenous drug user    66
K [30] 2013 39 y, Male Intravenous drug user, Prosthetic valve    22
L [30] 2013 51 y, Male Intravenous drug user    75
M [Patient 1] 2016 14 y, Female   6 6 6.104
N [Patient 2] 2015 1y 5 m, Male VSDa (spontaneous closure at 5 m) 4 4 4
  1. aVSD ventricle septal defect. *emm types related to superficial disease are noted in bold font