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Volume 9, Number 4—April 2003

Research

The Elderly and Waterborne Cryptosporidium Infection: Gastroenteritis Hospitalizations before and during the 1993 Milwaukee Outbreak

Elena N. Naumova*Comments to Author , Andrey I. Egorov*, Robert D. Morris*, and Jeffrey K. Griffiths*
Author affiliations: *Tufts University School of Medicine, Boston, Massachusetts, USA

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Age-adjusted daily rates of gastroenteritis-related emergency room visits and hospitalizations per 100,000 elderly persons during the cryptosporidiosis outbreak (March 28, 1993–April 24, 1993) in three drinking water service areas (north, central, and south), Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Figure 2. Age-adjusted daily rates of gastroenteritis-related emergency room visits and hospitalizations per 100,000 elderly persons during the cryptosporidiosis outbreak (March 28, 1993–April 24, 1993) in three drinking water service areas (north, central, and south), Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

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