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Volume 13, Number 5—May 2007

Letter

Detecting Epidemic Malaria, Uganda

Jonathan Cox*Comments to Author , Tarekegn Abeku*, James Beard*, James Turyeimuka†, Enoch Tumwesigye†, Michael Okia‡, and John Rwakimari‡
Author affiliations: *London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London, UK; †Kabale District Health Management Team, Kabale, Uganda; ‡Ministry of Health, Kampala, Uganda;

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(A) Weekly observed and expected numbers of outpatient (OP) and inpatient (IP) cases of clinically diagnosed malaria from to 5 sentinel health centers in Kabale district, southwestern Uganda, May–July 2006. B) Weekly numbers of clinically diagnosed malaria cases and the proportion of cases subsequently testing positive for Plasmodium falciparum infection by rapid diagnostic test at Bufundi, Kabale district, southwestern Uganda, May–July 2006.

Figure. (A) Weekly observed and expected numbers of outpatient (OP) and inpatient (IP) cases of clinically diagnosed malaria from to 5 sentinel health centers in Kabale district, southwestern Uganda, May–July 2006. B) Weekly numbers of clinically diagnosed malaria cases and the proportion of cases subsequently testing positive for Plasmodium falciparum infection by rapid diagnostic test at Bufundi, Kabale district, southwestern Uganda, May–July 2006.

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