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Volume 17, Number 12—December 2011

CME ACTIVITY

Worldwide Occurrence and Impact of Human Trichinellosis, 1986–2009

K.rwin MurrellComments to Author  and Edoardo Pozio
Author affiliations: University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark (K.D. Murrell); Istituto Superiore di Sanità, Rome, Italy (E. Pozio)

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Table 3

Trichinellosis acquired in locations different from those where the disease developed and was diagnosed, 1986–2009*

Country where infection developed and was diagnosed Country where infection was acquired (no. clinical cases)
Austria Yugoslavia (10)
Belgium Canada (1)
Czech Republic Poland (2), Ukraine (2), France (1)
Denmark Poland (12)
France Algeria (6), Cameroon (1), Canada (13), Croatia (1), Greenland (2), Kenya (2), Laos (5), Senegal (5), Spain (1), Thailand (1), Turkey (3), Yugoslavia (1)
Germany Canada (1), Poland (3)
Italy Romania (4)
The Netherlands Yugoslavia (3), Montenegro (5)
Hong Kong Canada (1)

*Complete data and references are available in the Technical Appendix, section B.

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