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Volume 17, Number 3—March 2011

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Surveillance for Invasive Meningococcal Disease in Children, US–Mexico Border, 2005–20081

Enrique Chacon-CruzComments to Author , David E. Sugerman, Michele M. Ginsberg, Jackie Hopkins, Jose Antonio Hurtado-Montalvo, Jose Luis Lopez-Viera, Cesar Arturo Lara-Muñoz, Rosa M. Rivas-Landeros, Maria Luisa Volker, and John A. Leake
Author affiliations: Author affiliations:, General Hospital of Tijuana, Tijauna, Mexico (E. Chacon-Cruz, J.A. Hurtado-Montalvo, J.L. Lopez-Viera, C.A. Lara- Muñoz, R.M. Rivas-Landeros, M.L. Volker); Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA (D. Sugerman); San Diego County Health and Human Services Agency, San Diego, California, USA (M.M. Ginsberg, J. Hopkins); Rady Childrens Hospital, San Diego (J. Leake); University of California, San Diego (J. Leake)

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Figure 1

Cases of invasive meningococcal disease, by case-patient age group, Tijuana General Hospital (TGH), Tijuana, Mexico, and San Diego County (SDC), California, USA, October 1, 2005–May 31, 2008.

Figure 1. Cases of invasive meningococcal disease, by case-patient age group, Tijuana General Hospital (TGH), Tijuana, Mexico, and San Diego County (SDC), California, USA, October 1, 2005–May 31, 2008.

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1Preliminary results of this study were presented as a poster at the 14th Pan-American Congress on Infectious Diseases, Campos do Jordao, Brazil, April 25–28, 2009.

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