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Volume 6, Number 1—February 2000

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Coccidioidomycosis in New York State

Vishnu Chaturvedi*†Comments to Author , Rama Ramani*, Sally Gromadzki*, Birgit Rodeghier*, Hwa-Gan Chang*, and Dale L. Morse*†
Author affiliations: *New York State Department of Health, Albany, New York, USA; †School of Public Health, University at Albany, SUNY, Albany, New York, USA

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Coccidioidomycosis in New York, 1989–1997. The figure on the left highlights coccidioidomycosis-endemic areas in the United States (adapted from Kirkland TN, Fierer [2]). The figure on the right depicts New York countywide distribution of 150 out of 161 patients in the discharge records (1992–1997); the highlighted numbers show counties from which 45 of the 49 Coccidioides immitis cultures were referred to the state mycology laboratory (1989–1997).

Figure. Coccidioidomycosis in New York, 1989–1997. The figure on the left highlights coccidioidomycosis-endemic areas in the United States (adapted from Kirkland TN, Fierer [2]). The figure on the right depicts New York countywide distribution of 150 out of 161 patients in the discharge records (1992–1997); the highlighted numbers show counties from which 45 of the 49 Coccidioides immitis cultures were referred to the state mycology laboratory (1989–1997).

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