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Volume 16, Number 11—November 2010

Dispatch

Enterovirus 71 Infection with Central Nervous System Involvement, South Korea

Wi-Sun Ryu, Byunghak Kang, Jiyoung Hong, Seoyeon Hwang, Ahyoun Kim, and Jonghyun Kim
Author affiliations: Seoul National University Hospital, Seoul, South Korea (W.-S. Ryu); Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Seoul (B. Kang, J. Hong, S. Hwang, A. Kim, D.S. Cheon); Catholic University College of Medicine, Suwon, South Korea (J. Kim)

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Table 1

Genotype distribution of enteroviruses, South Korea

Genotype No. cases (%)
CA2 24 (7.3)
CA5 35 (10.6)
CA6 32 (9.7)
CA12 3 (0.9)
CA16 29 (8.8)
CB1 8 (2.4)
E3 8 (2.4)
E6 3 (0.9)
E9 2 (0.6)
E11 8 (2.4)
E30 2 (0.6)
E33 3 (0.9)
E71
174 (52.6)
Total 331

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