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Table 2 MIS-C patient characteristics

From: Monocyte anisocytosis increases during multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children with cardiovascular complications

MIS-C characteristics (N = 57)  
Age, mean (min–max) 9 (2mo–21 years)
Sex, n (%)  
 Male 33 (58)
 Female 24 (42)
Race, n (%)  
 White 26 (46)
 Black 19 (33)
 Asian 3 (5)
 Other 11 (19)
Ethnicity, n (%)  
 Hispanic 36 (63)
MIS-C criteria  
Evidence of prior SARS-CoV-2 infection/exposure  
 Prior ( +) SARS-CoV-2 PCR 27 (47)
 Current ( +) SARS-CoV-2 PCR 41 (72)
 Current ( +) SARS-CoV-2 antibody test 55 (96)
 Close exposure to individual with COVID-19 46 (80)
Fever, n (%) 57 (100)
Organ involvement, n (%)  
 Cardiac 40 (70)
  Ventricular dysfunction 14 (35)
  Coronary aneurysm 6 (15)
  Vasopressor support 14 (35)
  Myocarditis 20 (50)
 Gastrointestinal 53 (93)
 Respiratory 36 (63)
 Neurologic 26 (46)
 Dermatologic 23 (40)
 Mucocutaneous 22 (39)
 Musculoskeletal 15 (26)
 Renal 12 (21)
  1. 57 children with MIS-C enrolled in study. Demographics and clinical/laboratory evidence supporting MIS-C diagnosis are described