Volume 12, Number 7—July 2006
Orientia tsutsugamushi in Eschars from Scrub Typhus Patients
|Patient ID||Age, y (sex)||Fever, °C||Rash||Lymphadenitis||Location of eschars||Acute phase
|Blood samples collected, d after onset||IgG titers of sera||Eschars and blood samples collected,† d after onset||IgG titers of sera|
|03PE3||48 (M)||40||+||+||Right groin||5||N||10||320|
|03PE4||28 (F)||38||+||+||Left papilla||8||160||11||640|
|04PE6||36 (M)||40||+||+||Behind right ear||10||80||15||1,280|
|04PE7||31 (F)||39||+||+||Left axilla||7||N||9||640|
*Ig, immunoglobulin; N, negative.
†Chloramphenicol was given to a patient immediately after the acute-phase blood was collected.
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