Ehrlichia Infection in Italy
M. Nuti*, D.A. Serafini†, D. Bassetti‡, A. Ghionni§, F. Russino¶, P. Rombolà#, G. Macri#, and E. Lillini#
Author affiliations: *1st Rome University, Rome, Italy; †US Navy Medical Services, Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA; ‡Public Health Department, Trento, Italy; §Pieve di Cadore Hospital, Belluno, Italy; ¶Multizone Prevention Service, Belluno, Italy; and #Zooprophylaxis Institute, Rome, Italy
Figure. Areas under study, Sardinia and northeastern Alpine areas.
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