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Volume 14, Number 3—March 2008

Letter

Ehrlichia chaffeensis in Child, Venezuela

María C. Martínez*†, Clara N. Gutiérrez*†, Franklin Monger*, Johanny Ruiz†, Akemys Watts*, Victor M. Mijares*, María G. Rojas‡, and Francisco J. Triana-Alonso†Comments to Author 
Author affiliations: *University of Carabobo, Aragua, Venezuela; †Biomedical Research Institute, Maracay, Venezuela; ‡Institute for Advanced Studies, Caracas, Venezuela;

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Peripheral blood smears (buffy-coat preparation) showing variable-sized basophilic inclusions (arrows) in mononuclear cells from a 9-year-old boy with human monocytic ehrlichiosis, Carabobo, Venezuela. Dip Quick (Jorgensen Laboratories, Inc., Loveland, CO, USA) staining; magnification ×1,000.

Figure. Peripheral blood smears (buffy-coat preparation) showing variable-sized basophilic inclusions (arrows) in mononuclear cells from a 9-year-old boy with human monocytic ehrlichiosis, Carabobo, Venezuela. Dip Quick (Jorgensen Laboratories, Inc., Loveland, CO, USA) staining; magnification ×1,000.

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