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Volume 18, Number 3—March 2012

Adenovirus-associated Deaths in US Military during Postvaccination Period, 1999–2010

Robert N. PotterComments to Author , Joyce A. Cantrell, Craig T. Mallak, and Joel C. Gaydos
Author affiliations: Armed Forces Medical Examiner System, Rockville, Maryland, USA (R.N. Potter, J.A. Cantrell, C.T. Mallak); Armed Forces Health Surveillance Center, Silver Spring, Maryland, USA (J.C. Gaydos)

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Demographic characteristics and adenovirus type for US military members who died of adenovirus-associated infections, 1998–2010*

Year Location Military branch Age, y/sex Recruit Adenovirus type
2000 Illinois Navy 21/M Yes 4, 7
2000 Illinois Navy 18/M Yes ND
2003 Missouri Army 21/M Yes 4
2003 Oklahoma Army 18/M Yes 4, 7
2003 California Marine Corps 32/M Yes 4
2004 Oklahoma Army 22/M No ND
2007 Texas Air Force 19/F Yes 14
2009 Texas Air Force 19/M Yes 14

*ND, not determined.

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