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Volume 5, Number 6—December 1999

Dispatch

Computer-Generated Dot Maps as an Epidemiologic Tool: Investigating an Outbreak of Toxoplasmosis

Steven B. Eng*Comments to Author , Denise H. Werker†‡, Arlene S. King‡, Stephen A. Marion§, Alison Bell‡¶, Judith L. Issac-Renton†§, G. Stewart Irwin#, and William R. Bowie§
Author affiliations: *Capital Regional District Health Department, Victoria, B.C., Canada; †Health Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada; ‡British Columbia Centre for Disease Control, Vancouver, B.C., Canada; §University of British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C., Canada; ¶Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA; and #Greater Victoria Water District, Victoria, B.C., Canada

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Figure 4

Geographic distribution of the residences of women screened during pregnancy and classified as having acute cases of toxoplasmosis (n = 36).

Figure 4. Geographic distribution of the residences of women screened during pregnancy and classified as having acute cases of toxoplasmosis (n = 36).

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