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Volume 9, Number 5—May 2003

Research

Seasonal Patterns of Invasive Pneumococcal Disease

Scott F. Dowell*†Comments to Author , Cynthia G. Whitney†, Carolyn Wright†, Charles E. Rose†, and Anne Schuchat†
Author affiliations: *International Emerging Infections Program, Bangkok, Thailand; †Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA

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Figure 4

Weekly rates of invasive pneumococcal disease in children (dotted line; ages 0–17 years), and adults (solid line; age >18 years) in the United States, 1996–1998. Weekly numbers of cases from seven active surveillance areas were divided by the age-specific population and multiplied by 52 to give annualized weekly rates.

Figure 4. Weekly rates of invasive pneumococcal disease in children (dotted line; ages 0–17 years), and adults (solid line; age >18 years) in the United States, 1996–1998. Weekly numbers of cases from seven active surveillance areas were divided by the age-specific population and multiplied by 52 to give annualized weekly rates.

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