Table 3 : Data related to the symptoms and laboratory parameters of the individuals who were assessed.


Reference Sample collection after the onset of symptoms   Clinical samples collected   Clinical status   Laboratory parameters

32 > 5 days   Serum   Fever, headache, arthralgia and myalgia   NA
33 U*   Cerebrospinal fluid   Meningoencephalitis   NA
34 U   Serum   Fever, headache and myalgia   NA
35 U   Serum and tissue   Similar to infection by YFV   RT-PCR: S=52.1%; Sp§=100%; S-N* RT-PCR: S=70.9%; Sp= 98.2%; qRT-PCR: S= 92.3%; Sp= 100%
36 U   Blood/serum and tissue of humans   Similar to infection by YFV   NA
37 ≤ 5 days   Serum   Fever, headache and myalgia   RT-PCR MN: S=99%; Sp= 83% to arbovirus
38 ≤ 5 and ≥ 3 days   Blood/serum   Clinical suspicion of dengue   NA
39 U   Blood/serum   Suggestive of leptospirosis and YF   NA
40 U   Blood/serum   Fever, headache and chills   NA
41 ≤ 9 and ≥ 2 days   Serum, urine and saliva   Fever, headache myalgia and retroocular pain   NA
42 ≤ 5 and ≥ 3 days   Serum   Acute febrile illness   NA
43 U   Blood   Compatible with symptoms of dengue   NA
44 ≥ 5 days   Autopsied human brain specimen   Encephalitis   NA
45 ≤ 5 days   Serum   Fever   NA
46 ≥ 4 days   Blood/serum   High fever and arthralgia   NA
47 U   Blood/serum   Acute febrile illness   NA
48 ≤ 5 days   Blood/serum   Clinical signs suggestive of arboviruses   RT-PCR D**: Sc= 64%; Sp=100%; RT-PCR MN: S= 99%; Sp= 83%
49 ≤ 25 and ≥ 3 days   Blood/serum   Fever, headache, myalgia, eye pain, nausea, vomiting and rash   NA
50 U   Serum   U   NA

*undisclosed; †not assessed; ‡sensibility; §specificity; *semi-nested; ¶multiplex nested; **duplex.

L├ízaro Moreli et al.Virology Discovery  2013 1:1DOI : 10.7243/2052-6202-1-1