Volume 9, Number 3—March 2003
European Echinococcosis Registry: Human Alveolar Echinococcosis, Europe, 1982–2000
|Occupation||N (%)||Activity in agriculture, gardening, forestry, hunting
||Ownership of dogs, cats, or both
|Occupation not specified,
including unemployed and pensioners
aFor example, tailors, hairdressers, cooks, nurses, drivers, teachers, students, and housewives.
1The European Echinococcosis Registry (EurEchinoReg) is a surveillance network for human alveolar echinococcosis coordinated by D.A. Vuitton (France) and P. Kern (Germany). Registration of human cases is organized by H. Auer (Austria), Y. Carlier (Belgium), L. Kolarova (Czech Republic), K. Bardonnet (France), P. Kern (Germany), P.S. Craig (Great Britain), I. Prousalidis (Greece), A. Siracusano (Italy), J. van der Giessen (Netherlands), Z. Pawlowski (Poland), E. Renner, R.W. Ammann (Switzerland), and N. Altintas (Turkey).
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