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Volume 16, Number 1—January 2010

Research

Meningitis and a Febrile Vomiting illness Caused by Echovirus Type 4, Northern Territory, Australia

Peter G. MarkeyComments to Author , Joshua S. Davis, Gerry B. Harnett, Simon H. Williams, and David J. Speers
Author affiliations: Centre for Disease Control, Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia (P.G. Markey); Royal Darwin Hospital, Darwin (J.S. Davis); Queen Elizabeth II Medical Centre, Nedlands, Western Australia, Australia (G.B. Harnett, S.H. Williams, D.J. Speers)

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Figure 2

Northern part of the Northern Territory of Australia showing communities affected by the epidemic febrile vomiting syndrome, by week of epidemic peak.

Figure 2. Northern part of the Northern Territory of Australia showing communities affected by the epidemic febrile vomiting syndrome, by week of epidemic peak.

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