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Volume 15, Number 9—September 2009

Research

Etiology of Encephalitis in Australia, 1990–2007

Clare Huppatz, David N. DurrheimComments to Author , Christopher Levi, Craig Dalton, David Williams, Mark S. Clements, and Paul M. Kelly
Author affiliations: Hunter New England Population Health, Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia (C. Huppatz, D.N. Durrheim, C. Dalton); Australian National University, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia (M.S. Clements, P.M. Kelly); John Hunter Hospital, New Lambton, New South Wales, Australia (C. Levi, D. Williams)

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Figure 1

Encephalitis hospitalization rates by year and by known and unknown pathogen etiology, New South Wales, Australia, 1990–2007.

Figure 1. Encephalitis hospitalization rates by year and by known and unknown pathogen etiology, New South Wales, Australia, 1990–2007.

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