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Volume 14, Number 9—September 2008

Research

Spatial Analysis of Tuberculosis Cases in Migrants and Permanent Residents, Beijing, 2000–2006

Zhong-Wei Jia, Xiao-Wei Jia, Yun-Xi LiuComments to Author , Christopher Dye, Feng Chen, Chang-Sheng Chen, Wen-Yi Zhang, Xiao-Wen Li, Wu-Chun CaoComments to Author , and He-Liang LiuComments to Author 
Author affiliations: Capital Medical University, Beijing, People’s Republic of China (PRC) (Z.-W. Jia); State Key Laboratory of Pathogen and Biosecurity, Beijing (Z.-W. Jia, W.-Y. Zhang, W.-C. Cao); Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Beijing (X.W. Jia); Chinese PLA General Hospital, Beijing (Y.-X. Liu); World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland (C. Dye); Nanjing Medical University, Nanjing, PRC (F. Chen); Fourth Military Medical University, Xi’an, PRC (C.-S. Chen, H.-L. Liu); Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing (X.-W. Li);

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Figure 3

The prevalence rate of tuberculosis (TB) among the permanent residents and migrant population in Beijing, 2000–2006. The district graph unit consists of 7 bars, which denote the prevalence rate of TB from 2000 through 2006, respectively. A) Change in TB prevalence among permanent residents. B) Change in TB prevalence among migrant population.

Figure 3. The prevalence rate of tuberculosis (TB) among the permanent residents and migrant population in Beijing, 2000–2006. The district graph unit consists of 7 bars, which denote the prevalence rate of TB from 2000 through 2006, respectively. A) Change in TB prevalence among permanent residents. B) Change in TB prevalence among migrant population.

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