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Table I. Summary of provisional cases of selected notifiable diseases, United States, cumulative, week ending March 13, 2004 (10th week) *.

TABLE I. Summary of provisional cases of selected notifiable diseases,
United States, cumulative, week ending March 13, 2004 (10th Week) *

                                                       Cum.     Cum.
                                                       2004     2003

Anthrax                                                 --       --
Botulism:                                               --       --
    foodborne                                            2        2
    infant                                              13       14
    other (wound & unspecified)                          4        4
Brucellosis ([dagger])                                  12       25
Chancroid                                                7        9
Cholera                                                  1       --
Cyclosporiasis ([dagger])                                5       21
Diphtheria                                              --       --
Ehrlichiosis:                                           --       --
    human granulocytic (HGE) ([dagger])                  4       17
    human monocytic (HME) ([dagger])                     6       19
    human, other and unspecified                        --        1
Encephalitis/Meningitis:                                --       --
    California serogroup viral ([dagger])               --       --
    eastern equine ([dagger])                           --        2
    Powassan ([dagger])                                 --       --
    St. Louis ([dagger])                                 1        2
    western equine ([dagger])                           --       --
Hansen disease (leprosy) ([dagger])                      8       19
Hantavirus pulmonary syndrome ([dagger])                 2        5
Hemolytic uremic syndrome, postdiarrheal
  ([dagger])                                             9       28
HIV infection, pediatrics ([dagger])
  ([section])                                           --       48
Measles, total                                           1        3 **
                                             ([paragraph])
Mumps                                                   31       38
Plague                                                  --       --
Poliomyelitis, paralytic                                --       --
Psittacosis ([dagger])                                   2        5
Q fever ([dagger])                                       4       14
Rabies, human                                           --       --
Rubella                                                  7        1
Rubella, congenital syndrome                             1       --
SARS-associated coronavirus disease
  ([dagger]) ([dagger][dagger])                         --        2
Smallpox ([dagger]) ([section][section])                --       NA
Staphylococcus aureus:                                  --       --
    Vancomycin-intermediate (VISA)
      ([dagger]) ([section][section])                    3       NA
    Vancomycin-resistance (VRSA)
      ([dagger]) ([section][section])                   --       NA
Streptococcal toxic-shock syndrome
  ([dagger])                                            21       46
Tetanus                                                  2        4
Toxic-shock syndrome                                    26       22
Trichinosis                                              1       --
Tularemia ([dagger])                                     3        4
Yellow fever                                            --       --

-: No reported cases.

* Incidence data for reporting years 2003 and 2004 are provisional and
cumulative (year-to-date).

([dagger]) Not notifiable in all states.

([section]) Updated monthly from reports to the Division of HIV/AIDS
Prevention--Surveillance and Epidemiology, National Center for HIV,
STD, and TB Prevention. Last update December 28, 2003.

([paragraph]) Of one cases reported, one was indigenous, and none were
imported from another country.

** Of three cases reported, two were indegenous, and one was imported
from another country.

([dagger][dagger]) Updated weekly from reports to the Division of Viral
and Rickettsial Diseases, National Center of Infectious Diseases
(notifiable of July 2003).

([section][section]) Not previously notifiable.
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