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have acquired WNV infection through percutaneous inoculation. 39 Epidemiology Surveillance —In 2000, the CDC developed an electronic-based surveillance and reporting system (ArboNET) to track state and local agency reports of WNV infection among

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remained in a cool environment for longer than 2 months. However, exposure to sunlight kills the organism within a few hours, 36 and the organism is susceptible to many common disinfectants. 37 Epidemiology The epidemiology of brucellosis among

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. As with all TSEs, the illness is fatal, and death generally occurs within 4 months of onset. The epidemiology of CWD is distinct from that of BSE. Data from captive mule deer indicate that lateral transmission of the agent occurs 60 and that the

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-acquired infections have also been reported. 20 Epidemiology Geographically, leptospirosis is ubiquitous; endemic foci correspond with areas where domestic and wild animals can serve as reservoirs. Seasonality of cases may be related to agricultural cycles and

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searched by use of the key words dog bite, cat bite, and animal bite. In addition, the bibliographies of pertinent publications were reviewed to identify additional relevant publications. Epidemiology Species —Recent reports from the United States, 15

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during filovirus infection as a result of bystander apoptosis. 13,14 Epidemiology The filoviruses were first identified following the 1967 outbreak in Germany and Yugoslavia among laboratory workers who became infected after processing blood and

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