Hemorrhagic Fever with Renal Syndrome in 4 US Soldiers, South Korea, 2005
Jin-Won Song , Sung-Sil Moon1, Se Hun Gu, Ki-Joon Song, Luck Ju Baek, Heung Chul Kim, Todd Kijek2, Monica L. O’Guinn, John S. Lee, Michael J. Turell, and Terry A. Klein
Author affiliations: Korea University, Seoul, South Korea (J.-W. Song, S.-S. Moon, S.H. Gu, K.-J. Song, L.J. Baek); 65th Medical Brigade, Seoul (H.C. Kim, T. Kijek, T.A. Klein); US Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases, Fort Detrick, Maryland, USA (M.L. O’Guinn, J.S. Lee, M.J. Turrell)
Figure 1. Location of training sites where hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome (HFRS) patients 1–4 conducted training exercises 50 days before the onset of illness. Rodent surveillance was not conducted at Watkins Range due to limited exposure. DMZ, Demilitarized Zone; LTA, local training area; solid circles, military training sites of patient 1; solid squares, military training sites of patients 2, 3, 4; star, base camp.
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