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Volume 14, Number 9—September 2008

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Ecoepidemiology of Cutaneous Leishmaniasis Outbreak, Israel

Shepherd Roee Singer, Nitsa Abramson, Hanna Shoob, Ora Zaken, Gary Zentner, and Chen Stein-ZamirComments to Author 
Author affiliations: Jerusalem District Health Office, Jerusalem, Israel;

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Geographic distribution of cutaneous leishmaniasis cases in Ma'ale Adumim, Israel, 2004–2005. Each star represents 1 case. In dense areas, some marks may be missing because of technical limitations. Wilderness ravines (white areas) reach within meters of houses at the periphery of the neighborhood in all directions. A and B indicate neighborhoods with the highest incidence rates.

Figure 2. Geographic distribution of cutaneous leishmaniasis cases in Ma'ale Adumim, Israel, 2004–2005. Each star represents 1 case. In dense areas, some marks may be missing because of technical limitations. Wilderness ravines (white areas) reach within meters of houses at the periphery of the neighborhood in all directions. A and B indicate neighborhoods with the highest incidence rates.

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