Volume 10, Number 5—May 2004
Causative Agent of Pogosta Disease Isolated from Blood and Skin Lesions
|Patient||Strain||Sample||Sex||Age (y)||Probable place of exposure||Onset of symptoms||Disease/rash days at time of sampling||SINV IgM status at time of sampling|
||Late Aug. 2002
|5||Kiihtelysvaara-2002||Skin lesion||M||39||Kiihtelysvaara, Finland||8/30/2002||3/ 2||Negative|
aThe places of exposure are shown on the map (Figure 1). The representative case report given in the text describes the patient from whom the Ilomantsi-2002A virus strain was recovered.
bM, male; F, female; N/A, not available; Ig, immunoglobulin.
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