Volume 7, Number 6—December 2001
Legionella-Like and Other Amoebal Pathogens as Agents of Community-Acquired Pneumonia
|Antigen||Healthy Nova Scotians (%) N = 511||Ambulatory Pneumonia (%) N = 121||CAP requiring Hospitalization (%) N = 255|
aAs defined in paper.
CAP = community-acquired pneumonia.
1R. Duperval, S. Field, T. Louie, S. Houston, M. Gribble, K. Williams, L. Nicolle, R. Grossman, I. Salit, R. Saginur, D. Gregson, M. Laverdiere, Jean Joly, T. Marrie, and J. Hutchinson.
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