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Volume 15, Number 11—November 2009

Dispatch

Imported Melioidosis, Israel, 2008

Avivit Cahn, Benjamin Koslowsky, Ran Nir-Paz, Violeta Temper, Nurit Hiller, Alla Karlinsky, Itzhak Gur, Carlos Hidalgo-Grass, Samuel N. Heyman, Allon E. Moses, and Colin BlockComments to Author 
Author affiliations: Hadassah–Hebrew University Hospital, Mount Scopus, Jerusalem, Israel (A. Cahn, B. Koslowsky, N. Hiller, S.N. Heyman); Hadassah–Hebrew University Medical Center, Ein Kerem, Jerusalem (R. Nir-Paz, V. Temper, C. Hidalgo-Grass, A.E. Moses, C. Block); Hebrew University School of Public Health, Jerusalem (A. Karlinsky, I. Gur); Clalit Health Services, Tel Aviv, Israel (A. Karlinsky, I. Gur)

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Computed tomography images showing multiple abscesses in the right lung (A), spleen and upper pole of the right kidney (B), prostate gland (C), and plantar aspect of the right foot (D) (arrows) of the patient.

Figure. Computed tomography images showing multiple abscesses in the right lung (A), spleen and upper pole of the right kidney (B), prostate gland (C), and plantar aspect of the right foot (D) (arrows) of the patient.

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