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Volume 14, Number 1—January 2008

Dispatch

Hepatitis E in England and Wales

Hannah C. Lewis*, Sophie Boisson*, Samreen Ijaz*, Kirsten Hewitt*, Siew Lin Ngui*, Elizabeth Boxall†, Chong Gee Teo*, and Dilys Morgan*Comments to Author 
Author affiliations: *Health Protection Agency Centre for Infections, London, United Kingdom; †West Midlands Public Health Laboratory, Birmingham, United Kingdom;

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Figure 1 - A) Age and sex distribution of acute hepatitis E patients, 2003–2005 (n = 604). B) Age, sex distribution, and travel associated with indigenous acute hepatitis E case-patients (n = 143). NR, not recorded.

Figure 1. A) Age and sex distribution of acute hepatitis E patients, 2003–2005 (n = 604). B) Age, sex distribution, and travel associated with indigenous acute hepatitis E case-patients (n = 143). NR, not recorded.

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