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Volume 17, Number 8—August 2011

Research

Enterovirus 68 among Children with Severe Acute Respiratory Infection, the Philippines

Tadatsugu Imamura, Naoko Fuji, Akira Suzuki, Raita Tamaki, Mariko Saito, Rapunzel Aniceto, Hazel Galang, Lydia Sombrero, Soccoro Lupisan, and Hitoshi OshitaniComments to Author 
Author affiliations: Author affiliations: Tohoku University Graduate School of Medicine, Sendai, Japan (T. Imamura, N. Fuji, A. Suzuki, H. Oshitani); Tohoku-Research Institute for Tropical Medicine Collaborating Research Center on Emerging and Reemerging Diseases, Muntinlupa City, the Philippines (R. Tamaki, M. Saito, R. Aniceto); Eastern Visayas Regional Medical Center, Tacloban City, the Philippines (R. Aniceto); Research Institute for Tropical Medicine, Muntinlupa City (H. Galang, L. Sombrero, S. Lupisan)

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Geographic distribution of residences of patients in whom enterovirus 68 was detected in the Philippines, May 2008–May 2009. A) Eastern Visayas Region in the Philippines; B) expanded Eastern Visayas Region. Address information was obtained from parents of the children. Locations for 6 patients were unknown.

Figure 2. Geographic distribution of residences of patients in whom enterovirus 68 was detected in the Philippines, May 2008–May 2009. A) Eastern Visayas Region in the Philippines; B) expanded Eastern Visayas Region. Address information was obtained from parents of the children. Locations for 6 patients were unknown.

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