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Volume 16, Number 3—March 2010

Dispatch

Q Fever in Greenland

Anders KochComments to Author , Claus Bo Svendsen, Jens Jørgen Christensen, Henning Bundgaard, Lars Vindfeld, Claus Bohn Christiansen, Michael Kemp, and Steen Villumsen
Author affiliations: University Hospital Rigshospitalet, Copenhagen, Denmark (A. Koch, H. Bundgaard, C.B. Christiansen); Statens Serum Institut, Copenhagen (A. Koch, C.B. Svendsen, J.J. Christensen, M. Kemp, S. Villumsen); Tasiilaq Health Center, Tasiilaq, Greenland (L. Vindfeld)

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A) Ammassalik area (box) in Greenland. B) Main towns in the Ammassalik area. Red circles show the main town of Tasiilaq and 5 settlements. Location of the airport is indicated. Reprinted with permission of the National Survey and Cadastre [Kort og Matrikelstyrelsen], Danish Ministry of the Environment, Copenhagen, Denmark.

Figure. A) Ammassalik area (box) in Greenland. B) Main towns in the Ammassalik area. Red circles show the main town of Tasiilaq and 5 settlements. Location of the airport is indicated. Reprinted with permission of the National Survey and Cadastre [Kort og Matrikelstyrelsen], Danish Ministry of the Environment, Copenhagen, Denmark.

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