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Volume 19, Number 9—September 2013

Research

Underreporting of Viral Encephalitis and Viral Meningitis, Ireland, 2005–2008

Tara A. KellyComments to Author , Piaras O’Lorcain, Joanne Moran, Patricia Garvey, Paul McKeown, Jeff Connell, and Suzanne Cotter
Author affiliations: Health Service Executive–Health Protection Surveillance Centre, Dublin, Ireland (T.A. Kelly, P. O’Lorcain, J. Moran, P. Garvey, P. McKeown, S. Cotter); National Virus Reference Laboratory, Belfield, Dublin (J. Moran, J. Connell)

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A) Viral encephalitis age-specific incidence rates of events (Computerised Infectious Disease Reporting system [CIDR]), hospitalizations (Hospital In-Patient Enquiry [HIPE] patients), and laboratory-confirmed cases (National Virus Reference Laboratory [NVRL]) by age group, Ireland, 2005–2008. B) Viral meningitis age-specific incidence rates of events (CIDR), hospitalizations (HIPE), and laboratory-confirmed cases (NVRL) by age group, Ireland, 2005–2008. The figure excludes 4 CIDR events and 1 la

Figure 3. . A) Viral encephalitis age-specific incidence rates of events (Computerised Infectious Disease Reporting system [CIDR]), hospitalizations (Hospital In-Patient Enquiry [HIPE] patients), and laboratory-confirmed cases (National Virus Reference Laboratory [NVRL]) by age group, Ireland, 2005–2008. B) Viral meningitis age-specific incidence rates of events (CIDR), hospitalizations (HIPE), and laboratory-confirmed cases (NVRL) by age group, Ireland, 2005–2008. The figure excludes 4 CIDR events and 1 laboratory-confirmed case with patient age unknown.

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