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Volume 18, Number 11—November 2012

Research

HIV Infection and Geographically Bound Transmission of Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis, Argentina

Viviana RitaccoComments to Author , Beatriz López, Marta Ambroggi, Domingo Palmero, Bernardo Salvadores, Elida Gravina, Eduardo Mazzeo, Susana Imaz, Lucía Barrera, and National TB Laboratory Network
Author affiliations: Instituto Nacional de Enfermedades Infecciosas ANLIS “Dr. Carlos G. Malbrán,” Buenos Aires, Argentina (V. Ritacco, B. López, E. Mazzeo, L. Barrera); Hospital “Dr. F.J. Muñiz,” Buenos Aires (M. Ambroggi, D. Palmero); Programa Provincial de Tuberculosis, Santa Fe, Argentina (B. Salvadores); Hospital Zonal General Agudos “Dr. Diego Paroissien,” La Matanza, Argentina (E. Gravina); and Instituto Nacional de Enfermedades Respiratorias “Dr. Emilio Coni” ANLIS “Dr Carlos G Malbran,” Santa Fe (S. Imaz)

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Figure 1

Numbers of patients with newly diagnosed multidrug-resistant tuberculosis reported per year, grouped according to genotype analysis, Argentina, 2003–2009. Major cluster, >15 patients; minor cluster, <15 patients.

Figure 1. . . . Numbers of patients with newly diagnosed multidrug-resistant tuberculosis reported per year, grouped according to genotype analysis, Argentina, 2003–2009. Major cluster, >15 patients; minor cluster, <15 patients.

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1Additional members of the National TB Laboratory Network who contributed data are listed at the end of this article.

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