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Volume 14, Number 6—June 2008

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Underreporting of Human Alveolar Echinococcosis, Germany

Pernille Jorgensen*Comments to Author , Matthias an der Heiden*, Petra Kern†, Irene Schöneberg*, Gérard Krause*, and Katharina Alpers*
Author affiliations: *Robert Koch Institute, Berlin, Germany; †European Echinococcosis Registry, Ulm, Germany;

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Venn diagram illustrating the distribution of confirmed first-diagnosis human alveolar echinococcosis cases from 2003 through 2005 in Germany by source and number of matches between sources. Data as of March 2007. RKI, Robert Koch Institute; EER, European Echinococcosis Registry; PAS, pathologists’ survey.

Figure. Venn diagram illustrating the distribution of confirmed first-diagnosis human alveolar echinococcosis cases from 2003 through 2005 in Germany by source and number of matches between sources. Data as of March 2007. RKI, Robert Koch Institute; EER, European Echinococcosis Registry; PAS, pathologists’ survey.

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