TABLE 3

Clinical Features of Confirmed or Suspected Pediatric Zika Virus Infections, 1954–2016

LocationYearAge, yGenderDuration, dComplete Recovery DocumentedFeverMalaiseRashConjunc tivitisHeadacheDizzinessArthralgiaMyalgiaGI SymptomsaOther
Nigeria46Early 1950s10FNS+++Concurrent malaria infection
Indonesia471977–197812MNSNS“High”+++Constipation
12FNSNS“High”++
13MNSNS“High”++Hypotension, constipation
14MNSNS“High”+++++Hematuria
16FNSNS“High”+++Chills, leg pain
Cambodia4820103M4+++Sore throat, cough
The Philippines49201215M<21+Subjective++++Sore throat
New Caledonia50201414M3+39.5°C+++Concurrent dengue virus infection
Colombia51201515F7No, patient required intensive care and died>40°C+++++Sickle cell disease (Hgb SC); ARDS, hemothorax, splenic sequestration
  • Empty box, article did not comment on absense or presense of sign or symptom; +, symptom present; —, absense of symptom; ARDS, acute respiratory distress syndrome; F, female; Hgb, hemoglobin; M, male; NS, not stated.

  • a Abdominal pain, anorexia, nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea.