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Volume 19, Number 9—September 2013

Research

New Estimates of Incidence of Encephalitis in England

Julia Granerod1Comments to Author , Simon Cousens, Nicholas W.S. Davies1, Natasha S. Crowcroft1, and Sara L. Thomas
Author affiliations: Public Health England, London, UK (J. Granerod); London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London (S. Cousens, S.L. Thomas); Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London (N.W.S. Davies); Public Health Ontario, Toronto, Ontario, Canada (N.S. Crowcroft)

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Rate of incident encephalitis admissions by year per 100,000 population, England, April 2005–February 2009. Values indicated are rate (95% CI). Overall rate for all diagnostic fields: 4.32 (3.74–4.96); for primary field only: 2.75 (2.39–3.10).

Figure. . Rate of incident encephalitis admissions by year per 100,000 population, England, April 2005–February 2009. Values indicated are rate (95% CI). Overall rate for all diagnostic fields: 4.32 (3.74–4.96); for primary field only: 2.75 (2.39–3.10).

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1On behalf of the United Kingdom Public Health England Aetiology of Encephalitis Study Group (members listed at the end of this article).

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