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Volume 13, Number 8—August 2007

Research

Infection with Scedosporium apiospermum and S. prolificans, Australia

Louise Cooley*†, Denis Spelman*, Karin Thursky‡, and Monica Slavin*‡Comments to Author 
Author affiliations: *Alfred Hospital, Prahran, Victoria, Australia; †Royal Hobart Hospital, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia; ‡Royal Melbourne Hospital, Parkville, Victoria, Australia;

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Epidemiologic curve of isolation of Scedosporium spp. isolation, Australia, June 1997–December 2003. S. prolificans was first identified in December 1999 and had 2 peaks that coincided with construction work. S. apiospermum was isolated at a constant rate of 1–2 times per 3-month period.

Figure. Epidemiologic curve of isolation of Scedosporium spp. isolation, Australia, June 1997–December 2003. S. prolificans was first identified in December 1999 and had 2 peaks that coincided with construction work. S. apiospermum was isolated at a constant rate of 1–2 times per 3-month period.

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