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Volume 11, Number 5—May 2005

Research

Risk Factors for Kala-Azar in Bangladesh

Caryn Bern*Comments to Author , Allen W. Hightower*, Rajib Chowdhury†, Mustakim Ali†, Josef Amann*, Yukiko Wagatsuma†, Rashidul Haque†, Katie Kurkjian*, Louise E. Vaz*, Moarrita Begum†, Tangin Akter†, Catherine B. Cetre-Sossah*, Indu B. Ahluwalia*, Ellen Dotson*, W. Evan Secor*, Robert F. Breiman*†, and James H. Maguire*
Author affiliations: *Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA; †International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh, Dhaka, Bangladesh

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A) Kala-azar cases by symptom-onset month, Bangladesh, January 2000 to August 2003. B) Kala-azar cases by quarter of symptom onset, based on aggregated data, 2000–2002. Ascertainment for cases with onset in 2003 was not complete at the time of analysis.

Figure 1. A) Kala-azar cases by symptom-onset month, Bangladesh, January 2000 to August 2003. B) Kala-azar cases by quarter of symptom onset, based on aggregated data, 2000–2002. Ascertainment for cases with onset in 2003 was not complete at the time of analysis.

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