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Volume 13, Number 1—January 2007

Letter

Cryptococcus gattii Risk for Tourists Visiting Vancouver Island, Canada

Jens Lindberg*Comments to Author , Ferry Hagen†, Alex Laursen*, Jørgen Stenderup‡, and Teun Boekhout†§
Author affiliations: *Skejby Hospital, Aarhus, Denmark; †CBS Fungal Biodiversity Center, Utrecht, the Netherlands; ‡Herning Hospital, Herning, Denmark; §University Medical Centre, Utrecht, the Netherlands;

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A) Chest radiograph and B) computed tomography scan of the patient showing 3 nodular Cryptococcus gattii infiltrates near pleura.

Figure. A) Chest radiograph and B) computed tomography scan of the patient showing 3 nodular Cryptococcus gattii infiltrates near pleura.

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