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Volume 17, Number 5—May 2011

Research

Plasmodium knowlesi Malaria in Children

Bridget E. BarberComments to Author , Timothy William, Mohammad Jikal, Jenarun Jilip, Prabakaran Dhararaj, Jayaram Menon, Tsin W. Yeo, and Nicholas M. Anstey
Author affiliations: Author affiliations: Menzies School of Health Research, Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia (B.E. Barber, T.W. Yeo, N.M. Anstey); Charles Darwin University, Darwin, Northern Territory (B.E. Barber, T.W. Yeo, N.M. Anstey); Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia (B.E. Barber, T. William, J. Menon); Sabah Department of Health, Kota Kinabalu (T. William, M. Jikal, J. Jilip, J. Menon); Kudat District Hospital, Kudat, Sabah, Malaysia (P. Dhararaj); Royal Darwin Hospital, Darwin (T.W. Yeo, N.M. Anstey)

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Figure 2

Distribution of malaria cases diagnosed by microscopy and PCR among children <15 years of age, Kudat, Malaysia, January 1–November 30, 2009. P.m., Plasmodium malariae; P.f., P. falciparum; P.v., P. vivax; P.k., P. knowlesi.

Figure 2. Distribution of malaria cases diagnosed by microscopy and PCR among children <15 years of age, Kudat, Malaysia, January 1–November 30, 2009. P.m., Plasmodium malariae; P.f., P. falciparum; P.v., P. vivax; P.k., P. knowlesi.

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