Shigella surveillance report no. 37, March 1976
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Shigella surveillance report no. 37, March 1976
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Shigella surveillance report no. 37, March 1976
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    Third and Fourth Quarters For the period July through December 1974, 10,193 shigella isolations from humans were reported. This represents an increase of 981 (10.6%) over the 9,212 isolations reported for the preceding 6 months and a decrease of 23 (0.2%) from the 10,216 isolations reported for the corresponding months of 1973 (Tables I-A and I-B).* This decrease in reported isolations probably represents a somewhat greater decrease than that indicated since the 1974 total included 2,243 isolations from California whose isolations had not been included in the 1973 totals. Approximately 48.2 isolations per million population were reported for the second half of 1974, a decrease of 12.5% from the 55.1 isolations per million for the second half of 1973. SUGGESTED CITATION: Center for Disease Control: Shigella Surveillance Report No. 37 Third and Fourth Quarters; issued March 1976.
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    I. Summary -- II. Reported Isolations -- III. Reports from the States -- IV. Recent Literature -- V. Annual Summary, 1974.
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