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Volume 17, Number 3—March 2011

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Molecular Epidemiology of Mycobacterium tuberculosis, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Ximena GonzaloComments to Author , Marta Ambroggi, Ezequiel Cordova, Tim Brown, Susana Poggi, and Francis Drobniewski
Author affiliations: Author affiliations: Hospital de Infecciosas Francisco Javier Muñiz, Buenos Aires, Argentina (X. Gonzalo, M. Ambroggi, E. Cordova, S. Poggi); Clinical Sciences Research Center, London, UK (T. Brown, F. Drobniewski)

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Multistage cluster sampling method for a study of the molecular epidemiology of Mycobacterium tuberculosis, Buenos Aires, Argentina, June 1, 2006–April 30, 2007. *Complete, having all but one of the following data: name, gender, date of birth or age, tuberculosis (TB) presentation, >1 sign or symptom describing the presentation and treatment received. †Unmatched controls. MDR, multidrug-resistant.

Figure 1. Multistage cluster sampling method for a study of the molecular epidemiology of Mycobacterium tuberculosis, Buenos Aires, Argentina, June 1, 2006–April 30, 2007. *Complete, having all but one of the following data: name, gender, date of birth or age, tuberculosis (TB) presentation, >1 sign or symptom describing the presentation and treatment received. †Unmatched controls. MDR, multidrug-resistant.

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