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Volume 25, Number 9—September 2019
Dispatch

Delays in Coccidioidomycosis Diagnosis and Associated Healthcare Utilization, Tucson, Arizona, USA

Fariba M. DonovanComments to Author , Patrick Wightman, Yue Zong, Luke Gabe, Aneela Majeed, Tiffany Ynosencio, Edward J. Bedrick, and John N. GalgianiComments to Author 
Author affiliations: University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, USA (F.M. Donovan, P. Wightman, L. Gabe, A. Majeed, T. Ynosencio, E.J. Bedrick, J.N. Galgiani); Valley Fever Center for Excellence, Tucson (F.M. Donovan, Y. Zong, J.N. Galgiani)

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Figure 1

Cumulative distribution for time to diagnosis of coccidioidomycosis for 4 disease categories among patients in Tucson, Arizona, USA, January 1, 2015–September 18, 2017. Time points related to patients with very extended delay period (909 days in for acute pulmonary disease, 928 days in pulmonary nodule, and 3,315 days in disseminated disease) are not shown in the graph. Timeline truncated for readability.

Figure 1. Cumulative distribution for time to diagnosis of coccidioidomycosis for 4 disease categories among patients in Tucson, Arizona, USA, January 1, 2015–September 18, 2017. Time points related to patients with very extended delay period (909 days in for acute pulmonary disease, 928 days in pulmonary nodule, and 3,315 days in disseminated disease) are not shown in the graph. Timeline truncated for readability.

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