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Table 2 History regarding heat intolerance prior to enrolment

From: Natural history of X-linked hypohidrotic ectodermal dysplasia: a 5-year follow-up study

CodeUnexplained feversAssociated seizuresHospitalization due to heat intoleranceIf yes, diagnosisReported heat intoleranceImpact of heat intolerance/reduced sweating on:
daily lifeoutdoor sportschoice of vacation destinationsability to travel
Male subjects
 M3–001YNN/YNNYY
 M3–002YNYsuspicion of pneumoniaYYNYY
 M3–003YNN/YYNYY
 M3–005YNYtherapy-resistant hyperpyrexiaYYYYY
 M3–007YNN/YNNYY
 M3–008YYYspasmodic laryngitisYNNYY
 M3–009YNN/YNNYY
 M3–012YNYsuspicion of respiratory tract infectionYNNYY
 M3–013YNN/YYNYY
 M3–014YNN/YNNYY
 M3–015YNYhyperpyrexiaYYNYY
 M3–016NNN/YNNYY
 M3–017YNN/YYNYY
 M3–018YNYfever, dehydrationYYYYY
 M3–019YNN/YNYYY
 M3–020YNN/YYYYY
 M3–022YNN/YNNYY
 M3–023YNN/YNNYY
 M3–025YNYunexplained feverYYYYY
Female subjects
 F3–004NNN/NNNNN
 F3–006NNN/NNNNN
 F3–010NNN/NNNNN
 F3–011NNN/NNNNN
 F3–021NNN/NNNYN
 F3–024NNN/NNNNN
  1. Abbreviations: Y yes; N no