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Volume 19, Number 4—April 2013

Letter

High Incidence of Japanese Encephalitis, Southern China

Yun Feng1, Shihong Fu1, Hailin Zhang, Lyle R. Petersen, Baosen Zhang, Xiaoyan Gao, Weihong Yang, Yuzhen Zhang, Baoqing Dao, Kunhong Li, Na Li, Zhengliu Yin, Yonghua Liu, Roger Nasci, Huanyu Wang, and Guodong LiangComments to Author 
Author affiliations: Yunnan Institute of Endemic Disease Control and Prevention, Dali, People’s Republic of China. (Y. Feng, H. Zhang, W. Yang, Y. Zhang); National Institute for Viral Disease Control and Prevention of the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Beijing, China (S. Fu, X. Gao, H. Wang, G. Liang); Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Fort Collins, Colorado, USA (L.R. Petersen, R. Nasci); Dehong Prefecture Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Mangshi, China (B. Zhang, B. Dao, K. Li, N Li); Ruili Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Ruili, China (Z. Yin, Y. Liu)

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Number of children with encephalitis at 2 hospitals, by etiology and month of symptom onset, Dehong Prefecture, People’s Republic of China, 2010.

Figure. . . Number of children with encephalitis at 2 hospitals, by etiology and month of symptom onset, Dehong Prefecture, People’s Republic of China, 2010.

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1These authors contributed equally to this article.

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