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Volume 19, Number 1—January 2013

Research

Vaccination and Tick-borne Encephalitis, Central Europe

Franz X. HeinzComments to Author , Karin Stiasny, Heidemarie Holzmann, Marta Grgic-Vitek, Bohumir Kriz, Astrid Essl, and Michael Kundi
Author affiliations: Author affiliations: Medical University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria (F.X. Heinz, K. Stiasny, H. Holzmann, M. Kundi); National Institute of Public Health, Ljubljana, Slovenia (M. Grgic-Vitek); National Institute of Public Health, Prague, Czech Republic (B. Kriz); and GfK Austria Healthcare, Vienna (A. Essl)

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Figure 3

Age distribution of tick-borne encephalitis (TBE) patients during 1990–1999 (dotted lines; open symbols) and 2000–2010 (solid lines; closed symbols) in Austria (red), Czech Republic (green), and Slovenia (blue). The incidence scale for Slovenia (right y-axis) differs from that of Austria and the Czech Republic (left y-axis).

Figure 3. . . Age distribution of tick-borne encephalitis (TBE) patients during 1990–1999 (dotted lines; open symbols) and 2000–2010 (solid lines; closed symbols) in Austria (red), Czech Republic (green), and Slovenia (blue). The incidence scale for Slovenia (right y-axis) differs from that of Austria and the Czech Republic (left y-axis).

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