Correlation between Buruli Ulcer and Vector-borne Notifiable Diseases, Victoria, Australia
Paul D.R. Johnson and Caroline J. Lavender
Author affiliations: Austin Health, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia (P.D.R. Johnson); World Health Organization Collaborating Centre for Mycobacterium ulcerans (Western Pacific Region); Victorian Infectious Diseases Reference Laboratory, North Melbourne, Victoria, Australia (P.D.R. Johnson, C.J. Lavender)
Figure. Numbers of cases per 100,000 inhabitants for selected notifiable diseases, Victoria, Australia, 2000–2008. Buruli ulcer is shown on the right y axis, other diseases on the left y axis. RRV, Ross river virus; BFV, Barmah Forest virus; TB, tuberculosis.
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