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Volume 10, Number 4—April 2004

Research

Dengue Spatial and Temporal Patterns, French Guiana, 2001

Annelise Tran*Comments to Author , Xavier Deparis†, Philippe Dussart†, Jacques Morvan†, Patrick Rabarison†, Franck Remy‡, Laurent Polidori*, and Jacques Gardon†
Author affiliations: *Institut de Recherche pour le Développement Guyane, Cayenne, Guyane; †Institut Pasteur de la Guyane, Cayenne, Guyane; ‡Centre Hospitalier de Cayenne,Cayenne, Guyane

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Figure 6

Main risk area for dengue fever (within 100 m and 30 days’ boundaries), derived from laboratory-positive cases data (a) and all suspected cases data (b). Vertical dark lines indicate an apparent temporal periodicity, and horizontal dark lines correspond to apparent spatial breaks.

Figure 6. Main risk area for dengue fever (within 100 m and 30 days’ boundaries), derived from laboratory-positive cases data (a) and all suspected cases data (b). Vertical dark lines indicate an apparent temporal periodicity, and horizontal dark lines correspond to apparent spatial breaks.

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