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Research Article

Clinical and Etiological Characteristics of Atypical Hand-Foot-and-Mouth Disease in Children from Chongqing, China: A Retrospective Study

Table 2

Rashes and complications of patients with atypical HFMD.

VariablesAtypical HFMD ()
(%)
95% CI

Rash distribution
Palm/soles
 Yes51 (79.7)79.1%~80.3%
 No13 (20.3)19.2%~21.4%
Oral ulcer
 Yes47 (73.4)72.7%~74.1%
 No17 (26.6)25.4%~27.8%
Face
 Yes34 (53.1)52.1%~54.1%
 No30 (46.9)45.8%~48.0%
Torso
 Yes27 (42.2)41.1%~43.3%
 No37 (57.8)56.8%~58.8%
Arms
 Yes19 (29.7)28.5%~30.9%
 No45 (70.3)69.5%~71.1%
Legs
 Yes36 (56.3)55.3%~57.3%
 No28 (43.7)42.6%~44.8%
Buttocks
 Yes50 (78.1)77.5%~78.7%
 No14 (21.9)20.8%~23.0%
Externalia
 Yes9 (14.1)13.1%~15.1%
 No55 (85.9)85.5%~86.3%
Morphology
Vesicle
 Yes41 (64.1)63.2%~65.0%
 No23 (35.9)34.7%~37.1%
Papula
 Yes44 (68.8)68.0%~69.6%
 No20 (31.2)30.0%~32.4%
Bulla
 Yes13 (20.3)19.2%~21.4%
 No51 (79.7)79.1%~80.3%
Erosions
 Yes2 (3.1)2.6%~3.6%
 No62 (96.9)96.8%~97.0%
Long-term complications
Desquamation
 Yes15 (23.4)22.6%~24.5%
 No49 (76.6)76.0%~77.2%
Onychomadesis
 Yes14 (21.9)20.8%~23.0%
 No50 (78.1)77.5%~78.7%

HFMD, hand-foot-and-mouth disease. Statistical analysis was performed with SPSS version 17.0 (SPSS Inc., Chicago, IL, USA). A value of < 0.05 was considered statistically significant.