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Volume 11, Number 3—March 2005

Research

Probable Psittacosis Outbreak Linked to Wild Birds

Barbara L. Telfer*Comments to Author , Sarah A. Moberley†, Krishna P. Hort†, James M. Branley‡, Dominic E. Dwyer§, David J. Muscatello*, Patricia K. Correll*, John England¶, and Jeremy M. McAnulty*
Author affiliations: *New South Wales (NSW) State Department of Health, NSW, Australia; †Wentworth Public Health Unit, NSW, Australia; ‡Nepean and Blue Mountains Pathology Service, NSW, Australia; §Westmead Hospital, NSW, Australia; ¶Blue Mountains District ANZAC Memorial Hospital, NSW, Australia

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Hospitalized patients with cases of probable psittacosis, Blue Mountains, by week of hospital admission.

Figure. . Hospitalized patients with cases of probable psittacosis, Blue Mountains, by week of hospital admission.

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