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Volume 15, Number 4—April 2009

Letter

Correlation between Buruli Ulcer and Vector-borne Notifiable Diseases, Victoria, Australia

Paul D.R. JohnsonComments to Author  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)

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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.

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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