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Volume 24, Number 11—November 2018

Leishmaniasis in Northern Syria during Civil War

Khalid Rehman, Julia Walochnik, Johannes Mischlinger, Bodour Alassil, Richard Allan, and Michael RamharterComments to Author 
Author affiliations: Medical University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria (K. Rehman, J. Walochnik, J. Mischlinger, M. Ramharter); Bernhard Nocht Institute for Tropical Medicine, Hamburg, Germany (J. Mischlinger, M. Ramharter); University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf, Hamburg (J. Mischlinger, M. Ramharter); The MENTOR Initiative, West Sussex, UK (B. Alassil, R. Allan)

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Table 2

Description of participants in the molecular epidemiologic substudy, northern Syria*

Age, y
Median (IQR) 11 (6–17)
<10 107 (43)
11–20 86 (34.5)
21–30 22 (8.8)
31–40 11 (4.4)
41–50 7 (2.8)
51–60 7 (2.8)
9 (3.6)
M 145 (58.2)
104 (41.8)
Body-mass index, kg/m2
Median (IQR)
19 (16–25)
Presence of skin lesions, n = 139
Idlib 84 (60.4)
55 (39.6)
Absence of skin lesions, n = 110
Idlib 110 (100)
*Values are no. (%) except as indicated. IQR, interquartile range; NA, not available

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