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Volume 13, Number 8—August 2007

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Waddlia chondrophila, a Potential Agent of Human Fetal Death

David Baud*†, Vincent Thomas*, Aliaa Arafa†, Lesley Regan†, and Gilbert Greub*Comments to Author 
Author affiliations: *University of Lausanne, Lausanne, Switzerland; †St Mary’s Hospital, London, UK;

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Multivariate analyses. A) Multivariate analysis adjusted for all variables listed in this figure and showing the independent association of age, positive Waddlia serologic results and positive Chlamydia trachomatis serologic results for women who had had a miscarriage. B) Multivariate analysis adjusted for all variables listed in this figure and showing the independent association of animal contact and advancing age with serologic evidence of Waddlia infection. *, seropositivity; †, odds ratio for Waddlia seropositivity.

Figure 2. Multivariate analyses. A) Multivariate analysis adjusted for all variables listed in this figure and showing the independent association of age, positive Waddlia serologic results and positive Chlamydia trachomatis serologic results for women who had had a miscarriage. B) Multivariate analysis adjusted for all variables listed in this figure and showing the independent association of animal contact and advancing age with serologic evidence of Waddlia infection. *, seropositivity; †, odds ratio for Waddlia seropositivity.

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