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Volume 14, Number 5—May 2008

Dispatch

Rickettsia slovaca in Dermacentor marginatus and Tick-borne Lymphadenopathy, Tuscany, Italy

Marco Selmi*Comments to Author , Luigi Bertolotti†, Laura Tomassone†, and Alessandro Mannelli†1
Author affiliations: *Osservatorio Permanente per Patologie a Trasmissione Vettoriale, Lucca, Italy; †Università degli Studi di Torino, Grugliasco, Italy;

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Figure 1

Distribution of tick-borne lymphadenopathy cases in Tuscany, Italy. Circles indicate cases, squares indicate patients bitten by Dermacentor marginatus who were not classified as case-patients, and triangles indicate emergency units. Negative (white symbols) and positive (dark symbols) PCR results for spotted fever group rickettsiae are indicated.

Figure 1. Distribution of tick-borne lymphadenopathy cases in Tuscany, Italy. Circles indicate cases, squares indicate patients bitten by Dermacentor marginatus who were not classified as case-patients, and triangles indicate emergency units. Negative (white symbols) and positive (dark symbols) PCR results for spotted fever group rickettsiae are indicated.

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1Current affiliation: European Food Safety Authority, Parma, Italy

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