Denis Massenet , Jermias Inrombe, Dave-Etienne Mevoula, and Pierre Nicolas
Author affiliations: Centre Pasteur du Cameroun, Garoua, Cameroon (D. Massenet); Délégation de la Santé du Nord, Garoua (J. Inrombe); Délégation de la Santé de l'Extrême-Nord, Maroua, Cameroon (D.-E. Mevoula); Institut de Médecine Tropicale du Service de Santé des Armées, Marseilles, France (P. Nicolas)
Appendix Figure 2. Map of Cameroon showing the geographic distribution of 53 laboratory-confirmed cases of serogroup W135 meningococcal meningitis (2007-2008). 1, Extreme North Province; 2, North Province; 3, Adamaoua Province; dashed line, southern limit of the African meningitis belt. The number of confirmed cases in a given place is indicated in parentheses. Eq. Guinea, Equatorial Guinea.
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