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Volume 15, Number 10—October 2009

Dispatch

Tick-borne Encephalitis from Eating Goat Cheese in a Mountain Region of Austria

Heidemarie HolzmannComments to Author , Stephan W. Aberle, Karin Stiasny, Philipp Werner, Andreas Mischak, Bernhard Zainer, Markus Netzer, Stefan Koppi, Elmar Bechter, and Franz X. Heinz
Author affiliations: Medical University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria (H. Holzmann, S.W. Aberle, K. Stiasny, F.X. Heinz); Regional Hospital, Rankweil, Austria (P. Werner, S. Koppi); Austrian Public Health Authorities, Vorarlberg, Austria (A. Mischak, B. Zainer, M. Netzer, E. Bechter)

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Time course and series of events of a tick-borne encephalitis (TBE) outbreak from cheese made with goat milk. Week 0, transport of goat to high altitude; ►, onset of disease; O—I, hospitalization period; TBEV, tick-borne encephalitis virus; ME, meningoencephalitis.

Figure. Time course and series of events of a tick-borne encephalitis (TBE) outbreak from cheese made with goat milk. Week 0, transport of goat to high altitude; ►, onset of disease; O—I, hospitalization period; TBEV, tick-borne encephalitis virus; ME, meningoencephalitis.

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