Volume 16, Number 3—March 2010
Effects of Mumps Outbreak in Hospital, Chicago, Illinois, USA, 2006
|2||30/F||0||Fever, chills, stiff neck, bilateral facial swelling||May 5||–||+||Not a case|
|3||26/F||2||Fatigue, fever, headache, stiff neck, bilateral facial swelling||May 12||IND||+||Probable|
|4||39/F||0||Headache, sore throat, stiff neck, myalgias, bilateral facial swelling||May 15||+||IND||Confirmed|
|5||38/F||0||Flu-like illness, bilateral facial swelling||May 19||–||+||Probable|
|6||30/F||0||Headache, sore throat, myalgias, tender submandibular nodes||May 19||–||+||Probable|
|7||26/F||2||Sore throat, headache, bilateral facial swelling||May 22||–||+||Confirmed|
|8||44/F||1||Bilateral facial swelling||May 22||–||+||Confirmed|
*MMR, measles, mumps, rubella; Ig, immunoglobulin; DoH, Department of Health; –, negative; +, positive; IND, indeterminate.
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