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Volume 5, Number 6—December 1999

Dispatch

Large, Persistent Epidemic of Adenovirus Type 4-Associated Acute Respiratory Disease in U.S. Army Trainees

K. Mills McNeill*Comments to Author , Rose M. Hendrix†, Jane L. Lindner‡, F. Ridgely Benton*, Susan C. Monteith*, Margaret A. Tuchscherer*, Gregory C. Gray§, and Joel C. Gaydos¶

Author affiliations: *Dwight David Eisenhower Army Medical Center, Fort Gordon, Georgia, USA; †University of South Carolina School of Medicine, Columbia, South Carolina, USA; ‡Moncrief Army Community Hospital, Fort Jackson, South Carolina, USA; §Naval Health Research Center, San Diego, California, USA; ¶Department of Defense Global Emerging Infections System, Washington, D.C., USA

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Figure 2

Patients with adenovirus type 4-associated acute respiratory disease, by sex, May–December 1997, Fort Jackson, South Carolina.

Figure 2. Patients with adenovirus type 4-associated acute respiratory disease, by sex, May–December 1997, Fort Jackson, South Carolina.

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