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Volume 13, Number 4—April 2007

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Salmonella Kingabwa Infections and Lizard Contact, United States, 2005

Sharon Greene*Comments to Author , Anthony Yartel†, Kerry Moriarty‡, Laura Nathan§, Ellen Salehi¶, Leslie Tengelsen#, Nehal Patel*, and Michael Lynch*
Author affiliations: *Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA; †Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Augusta, Maine, USA; ‡County of San Diego Health and Human Services Agency, San Diego, California, USA; §Arizona Department of Health Services, Phoenix, Arizona, USA; ¶Ohio Department of Health, Columbus, Ohio, USA; #Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, Boise, Idaho, USA;

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Water dragon (Physignathus cocincinus). Three of the patients with Salmonella Kingabwa infections were exposed to this reptile species. Photo credit: Robert Lawton, rklawton@LawtonPhotos.com.

Figure. Water dragon (Physignathus cocincinus). Three of the patients with Salmonella Kingabwa infections were exposed to this reptile species. Photo credit: Robert Lawton, rklawton@LawtonPhotos.com.

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