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Volume 18, Number 4—April 2012

Research

Identification of Risk Factors for Chronic Q Fever, the Netherlands

Linda M. KampschreurComments to Author , Sandra Dekker, Julia C.J.P. Hagenaars, Peter J. Lestrade, Nicole H.M. Renders, Monique G.L. de Jager-Leclercq, Mirjam H.A. Hermans, Cornelis A.R. Groot, Rolf H.H. Groenwold, Andy I.M. Hoepelman, Peter C. Wever, and Jan Jelrik Oosterheert
Author affiliations: University Medical Centre Utrecht, Utrecht, the Netherlands (L.M. Kampschreur, R.H.H. Groenwold, A.I.M Hoepelman, J.J. Oosterheert); VU University, Amsterdam, the Netherlands (S. Dekker); Jeroen Bosch Hospital, ’s-Hertogenbosch, the Netherlands (J.C.J.P. Hagenaars, P.J. Lestrade, N.H.M. Renders, M.H.A. Hermans, P.C. Wever); Bernhoven Hospital, Oss/Veghel, the Netherlands (M.G.L. de Jager-Leclercq, C.A.R. Groot)

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Enrollment, selection, and inclusion criteria forcase-patients and controls for case–control study to identify risk factors for chronic Q fever, the Netherlands.

Figure 1. Enrollment, selection, and inclusion criteria forcase-patients and controls for case–control study to identify risk factors for chronic Q fever, the Netherlands.

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