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Volume 18, Number 2—February 2012

Research

Effect of Surveillance Method on Reported Characteristics of Lyme Disease, Connecticut, 1996–2007

Starr-Hope ErtelComments to Author , Randall S. Nelson, and Matthew L. Cartter
Author affiliations: Connecticut Department of Public Health, Hartford, Connecticut, USA

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Number of Lyme disease surveillance reports received and incidence per 100,000 population, Connecticut, 1996–2007. White bar sections, passive surveillance; gold bar sections, active surveillance; blue bar sections, enhanced laboratory surveillance; green bar sections, mandatory laboratory surveillance; line, incidence, determined by using decennial census data encompassing the year data were reported.

Figure 1. Number of Lyme disease surveillance reports received and incidence per 100,000 population, Connecticut, 1996–2007. White bar sections, passive surveillance; gold bar sections, active surveillance; blue bar sections, enhanced laboratory surveillance; green bar sections, mandatory laboratory surveillance; line, incidence, determined by using decennial census data encompassing the year data were reported.

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