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Volume 19, Number 3—March 2013

Dispatch

Tuberculosis Outbreak in a Primary School, Milan, Italy

Marino Faccini, Luigi Ruffo Codecasa, Giorgio Ciconali, Serafina Cammarata, Catia Rosanna Borriello, Costanza De Gioia, Alessandro Za, Andrea Filippo Marino, Valentina VighiComments to Author , Maurizio Ferrarese, Giovanni Gesu, Ester Mazzola, and Silvana Castaldi
Author affiliations: Author affiliations: Prevention Department ASL Milano, Milan, Italy (M. Faccini, G. Ciconali, S. Cammarata, C.R. Borriello, C. De Gioia); Azienda Ospedaliera Ospedale Niguarda Cà Granda, Milan (L.R. Codecasa, M. Ferrarese, G. Gesu, E. Mazzola); University of Milan Postgraduate School of Public Health, Milan (A. Za, A.F. Marino, V. Vighi, S. Castaldi); Fondazione IRCCS Ca’ Granda Ospedale Maggiore, Milan (S. Castaldi)

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Figure 1

Floor plan of classrooms at primary school in Milan, Italy, 2010. Values are no. tuberculosis infections/total no. pupils in classroom (% pupils infected). Shading indicates classrooms with highest rates of infection: the classroom of the 17-year-old student determined to be the index case-patient (black shading) and the 2 adjacent classrooms (gray shading).

Figure 1. . . Floor plan of classrooms at primary school in Milan, Italy, 2010. Values are no. tuberculosis infections/total no. pupils in classroom (% pupils infected). Shading indicates classrooms with highest rates of infection: the classroom of the 17-year-old student determined to be the index case-patient (black shading) and the 2 adjacent classrooms (gray shading).

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