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Volume 10, Number 8—August 2004

Research

Thrombocytopenia and Acute Renal Failure in Puumala Hantavirus Infections

Franz Maximilian Rasche*Comments to Author , Boris Uhel*, Rainer Ulrich†, Detlev H. Krüger†, Wolfram Karges*, David Czock*, Walter Hampl*, Frieder Keller*, Helga Meisel†, and Lutz von Müller*
Author affiliations: *University Hospital Ulm, Ulm, Germany; †Charité, Berlin, Germany

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Figure 1

Residence of 15 study patients with hantavirus infection and nephropathia epidemica, according to year of diagnosis (X, November–December 1998; black circle, January–May 2000; black square, September–November 2001). Note the River Danube as a potential natural barrier of Puumala virus hantavirus infection. Shaded circle indicates Ulm city.

Figure 1. Residence of 15 study patients with hantavirus infection and nephropathia epidemica, according to year of diagnosis (X, November–December 1998; black circle, January–May 2000; black square, September–November 2001). Note the River Danube as a potential natural barrier of Puumala virus hantavirus infection. Shaded circle indicates Ulm city.

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