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Volume 19, Number 12—December 2013

Letter

Q Fever Surveillance in Ruminants, Thailand, 2012

Samuel L. YingstComments to Author , Pattarin Opaschaitat, Reka Kanitpun, Suree Thammasart, Monaya Ekgatat, Vimol Jirathanawat, and Preecha Wongwicharn
Author affiliations: Armed Forces Research Institute of Medical Sciences, Bangkok, Thailand (S.L.Yingst); National Institute of Animal Health, Bangkok (P. Opaschaitat, R. Kanitpun, S. Thammasart, M. Ekgatat, P. Wongwicharn); Region 8 Regional Veterinary Diagnostic Center, Surat Thani, Thailand (V. Jirathanawat)

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Provinces of Thailand in which Q fever surveillance was conducted, 2012. Red ovals indicate sources of normal ruminant placentas. Two human deaths caused by endocarditis diagnosed as attributable to Coxiella burnetii infection have recently been reported in Khon Kaen Province.

Figure. . Provinces of Thailand in which Q fever surveillance was conducted, 2012. Red ovals indicate sources of normal ruminant placentas. Two human deaths caused by endocarditis diagnosed as attributable to Coxiella burnetii infection have recently been reported in Khon Kaen Province.

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