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seroepidemiologic survey for coxiella burnetii among us military personnel deployed to southwest and central asia in 2005.we used a seroepidemiologic study to estimate q fever (coxiella burnetii) seroprevalence, seroincidence, and risk factors for seroconversion in two deployed military populations in 2005. the first study group resided in an area with a known q fever outbreak history (al asad, iraq). of this population, 7.2% seroconverted for an incidence rate of 10.6 seroconversions per 1,000 person-months. the second population included personnel transiting through qatar on mid-deployment leave from southwest/ce ...201324043692
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