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Volume 12, Number 7—July 2006

Follow-up of 2003 Human West Nile Virus Infections, Denver, Colorado

Jennifer L. Patnaik*Comments to Author , Heath Harmon†, and Richard L. Vogt*
Author affiliations: *Tri-County Health Department, Greenwood Village, Colorado, USA; †Boulder County Public Health, Boulder, Colorado, USA

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Table 2

Duration of symptoms for West Nile virus study patients

Duration of symptoms, d Fever patients (n = 531);
no. (%) Meningitis patients (n = 84);
no. (%) Encephalitis patients (n = 41), no. (%)
<30 241 (46.3) 20 (23.8) 8 (20.5)
31–90 174 (33.4) 42 (50.0) 12 (30.8)
>90 106 (20.3) 22 (26.2)* 19 (48.7)*

*Significantly different than among fever patients; p<0.05 (applies to overall distribution of 3 categories).

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