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Volume 15, Number 12—December 2009

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Echinococcus vogeli Infection in a Hunter, French Guiana

Jenny Knapp1, Mircea Chirica, Christine Simonnet, Frederic Grenouillet, Jean-Mathieu Bart, Yasuhito Sako, Sonoyo Itoh, Minoru Nakao, Akira Ito1, and Laurence Millon1Comments to Author 
Author affiliations: Université de Franche-Comté, Besançon, France (J. Knapp, F. Grenouillet, J.-M. Bart, L. Millon); Asahikawa Medical College, Asahikawa, Hokkaido, Japan (J. Knapp, Y. Sako, S. Itoh, M. Nakao, A. Ito); Saint-Louis Hospital, Paris, France (M. Chirica); Pasteur Institute of French Guiana, Cayenne, French Guiana (C. Simonnet); World Health Organization Collaborating Center for Prevention and Treatment of Human Echinococcosis, Besançon (J. Knapp, F. Grenouillet, L. Millon)

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Figure 1

Computed tomography (A) and magnetic resonance (B) images of the liver of a 72-year-old man from French Guiana with polycystic echinococcosis affecting the left side of the liver. White arrows indicate the multicystic liver lesion.

Figure 1. Computed tomography (A) and magnetic resonance (B) images of the liver of a 72-year-old man from French Guiana with polycystic echinococcosis affecting the left side of the liver. White arrows indicate the multicystic liver lesion.

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1These authors contributed equally to this article.

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