Changing Patterns of Human Campylobacteriosis, England and Wales, 1990–2007
Iain Gillespie , Sarah J. O’Brien, and Frederick J. Bolton
Author affiliations: Health Protection Agency Centre for Infections, London, UK (I.A. Gillespie); University of Manchester; Manchester, UK (S.J. O’Brien); Regional Health Protection Agency Laboratory, Manchester (F.J. Bolton)
Figure 2. Relative incidence of campylobacteriosis by sex, region, and season, compared with rates of salmonellosis and cryptosporidiosis, among patients >60 years of age, England and Wales, 1991–2007. Northern, northwest, northeast, as well as Yorkshire and the Humber regions; mid-country, Wales, West Midlands, East Midlands, and East of England regions; southern, London as well as southeast and southwest regions. Salmonellosis includes nontyphoidal salmonellae, with age data available for 356,270 of 380,915 case-patients (94%); cryptosporidiosis includes age data for 76,462 of 79,808 case-patients (96%).
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