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Volume 18, Number 10—October 2012

Research

Dengue Outbreaks in High-Income Area, Kaohsiung City, Taiwan, 2003–2009

Chia-Hsien LinComments to Author , Karin L. Schiøler, Martin R. Jepsen, Chi-Kung Ho, Shu-Hua Li, and Flemming Konradsen
Author affiliations: University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark (C.-H. Lin, K.L. Schiøler, M.R. Jepsen, F. Konradsen); National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan (C.-H. Lin); Kaohsiung City Government, Kaohsiung City, Taiwan (C.-K. Ho, S.-H. Li); Kaohsiung Medical University, Kaohsiung City (C.-K. Ho); and National Sun Yat-Sen University, Kaohsiung City (S.-H. Li)

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Figure 4

Age-specific distribution of case-patients with confirmed dengue virus infection (N = 2,087) detected by passive and active surveillance systems, Kaohsiung City, Taiwan, 2003–2009. Cases detected through passive surveillance were suspected dengue virus infections reported by health care facilities to Taiwan Center for Disease Control; cases detected through active surveillance were reported from airport screenings and by community contacts of case-patients.

Figure 4. . . . Age-specific distribution of case-patients with confirmed dengue virus infection (N = 2,087) detected by passive and active surveillance systems, Kaohsiung City, Taiwan, 2003–2009. Cases detected through passive surveillance were suspected dengue virus infections reported by health care facilities to Taiwan Center for Disease Control; cases detected through active surveillance were reported from airport screenings and by community contacts of case-patients.

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