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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 2

Hypothetical timeline of tuberculosis (TB) outbreak at primary school in Milan, Italy, 2009–2011. Vertical dashed lines indicate school year delineation. The connection among cases established through epidemiologic investigation (epi) or genotyping of Mycobacterium tuberculosis strains (gen) is indicated.

Figure 2. . . Hypothetical timeline of tuberculosis (TB) outbreak at primary school in Milan, Italy, 2009–2011. Vertical dashed lines indicate school year delineation. The connection among cases established through epidemiologic investigation (epi) or genotyping of Mycobacterium tuberculosis strains (gen) is indicated.

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