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Volume 12, Number 9—September 2006

Research

Periurban Trypanosoma cruzi–infected Triatoma infestans, Arequipa, Peru

Michael Zachary Levy*†‡Comments to Author , Natalie M. Bowman‡, Vivian Kawai‡, Lance A. Waller†, Juan Geny Cornejo del Carpio§, Eleazar Cordova Benzaquen¶, Robert H. Gilman‡#, and Caryn Bern*
Author affiliations: *Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA; †Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia, USA; ‡Asociación Benéfica Proyectos en Informática, Salud, Medicina y Agricultura, Lima, Peru; §Dirección Regional del Ministerio de Salud, Arequipa, Peru; ¶Universidad Nacional San Agustín, Arequipa, Peru; #Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland, USA

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Map of households with Triatoma infestans and Trypanosmona cruzi–infected T. infestans in Guadalupe, a periurban community of Arequipa, Peru. Concentric circles are drawn around a house near the center of Guadalupe and represent parameters of T. infestans dispersal observed in rural areas (24,25). The nearest houses of neighboring communities are included for reference.

Figure 2. Map of households with Triatoma infestans and Trypanosmona cruzi–infected T. infestans in Guadalupe, a periurban community of Arequipa, Peru. Concentric circles are drawn around a house near the center of Guadalupe and represent parameters of T. infestans dispersal observed in rural areas (24,25). The nearest houses of neighboring communities are included for reference.

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