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Table 1 Clinical characteristics of the reported patients with gastrointestinal hemorrhage in Kawasaki disease

From: A case of rectal ulcers during aspirin therapy in acute Kawasaki disease

RefFirst authorAge/sexClinical onsetDetails of gastrointestinal bleedingBlood transfusionEndoscopySurgery
1Zulian20 m/MFeverHematemesis on day 7 of illness without aspirinYesShowed diffuse hemorrhagic duodenitisNone
2Singh4.5 y/MNausea, vomiting, diarrhea and feverHemorrhagic shock with hematemesis and hematochezia at 2 months after onset (without aspirin)YesFailed because of the massive bleedingRevaeled a 1.5 cm duodenal ulcer with active bleeding
3Matsubara2 y/MFeverHematemesis on day 19 of illness (day 13 of aspirin)YesRevealed a 2 cm duodenal ulcerNone
4 y/FFeverMelanotic stools followed by emesis of blood on day 31 of illness (day 26 of aspirin)YesNoneNone
4Chang5 y/MFever, cervical lymphadenitisTarry stool on day 6 of illness; Massive gastrointestinal bleeding on day 14 of illness (day 5 of aspirin)YesNANA
  1. Ref Reference, y Year, m Month, M Male, F Female, NA Not available