Volume 18, Number 2—February 2012
Multiorgan Dysfunction Caused by Travel-associated African Trypanosomiasis
|Month of report||ProMED-mail archive no.||Nationality of patient||Travel activity||Area visited|
|September||20100915.3338||Zambian||Visiting game ranch||South Luangwa Valley, Zambia|
|20100915.3338||American||Hunting safari||South Luangwa Valley, Zambia|
|October†||20101022.3833||British||Camping safari||South Luangwa National Park, Lower Zambez National Park, Kafu National Park, Zambia|
|20101022.3833||British||Visiting national park||Mana Pool National Park, Zimbabwe (bordering Zambia)|
|November||20101111.4093||South African national of Scandinavian origin||Hiking||Luangwa River area, Zambia|
*Reports in (6). Since the start of 2005, 11 other cases of T. b. rhodesiense infection in travelers have been reported in ProMED-mail; those cases were acquired in Uganda (1), Tanzania (3), and Malawi (7).
†Case presented in this report.
1Current affiliation: Worthing Hospital, Worthing, UK.
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