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Table 1 The clinical symptoms and relevant involved vessels of pediatric MPP-associated thrombosis

From: Mycoplasma pneumoniae pneumonia associated thrombosis at Beijing Children’s hospital

Clinical symptoms and involved vesselsCase (n)PercentageOnset time (days)
Chest pain1432.6% (14/43)7–31
 Pulmonary artery (including cases 1–3, 6–9)11  
 Pulmonary vein (including case 1)3  
Hemoptysis24.7% (2/43)12–20
 Pulmonary artery, and necrotizing pneumonia2  
Neurological symptoms614.0% (6/43)5–9
 Cerebral infarction and hemiplegia such as disorder of consciousness, weakness of unilateral limb, dysphagia etc.3  
  Middle cerebral artery2  
  Anterior cerebral artery (case 10)1  
 Disorder of consciousness and convulsion2  
  Sigmoid sinus1  
  Craniocerebral vein (case 6)1  
 Headache, dizziness1  
  Unknown (case 8)1  
Abdominal pain [including a case of pancreatitis (case 5) or intestinal obstruction]49.3% (4/43)5–30
 Pulmonary artery singly2  
 Splenic artery (cases 4 and 8)2  
 Celiac trunk artery (case 4)1  
 Superior mesenteric artery (case 4)1  
Chest tightness12.3% (1/43)10
 Pulmonary vein and left atrium1  
Shoulder pain (one side)12.3% (1/43)33
 Superficial vein of cubital fossa (case 2)1  
Back pain (one side)12.3% (1/43)30
 Pulmonary vein1  
Swelling of lower limb (one side)37.0% (3/43)9–15
 Common iliac vein (case 9)1  
 Common femoral vein (including case 9)2  
 Great saphenous vein1  
Low temperature of limb skin (one side)12.3% (1/43)9
 Popliteal artery and posterior tibial artery1  
Asymptomatic about thrombosis1534.9% (15/43)7–18