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MMWR

November , 2008

TABLE 1. Provisional cases of infrequently reported notiable diseases (<1,000 cases reported during the preceding year) — United States, week ending November 1, 2008 (44th week)*

Disease

Anthrax Botulism:

foodborne infant other (wound & unspecied) Brucellosis Chancroid Cholera Cyclosporiasis§ Diphtheria Domestic arboviral diseases§,¶ :

California serogroup eastern equine Powassan St. Louis western equine Ehrlichiosis/Anaplasmosis§,**:

Current week

1 1 2

Cum 2008

11 77 16 74 30 1

113

35 2 1 7

0

32

20

19

16

20

CA (1)

2

85

97

85

87

76

0

27

48

31

30

33

CA (1)

3

131

121

120

114

104

FL (1), CA (1)

1

23

33

17

30

54

0

7

9

8

6

2

1

93

137

543

160

75

0

1

1

55

67

80

112

108

0

4

8

21

6

14

0

7

1

1

1

0

9

10

13

12

41

States reporting cases during current week (No.)

Total cases reported for previous years

2007 2006 2005 2004 2003

1

1

5-year weekly average

Ehrlichia chaffeensis Ehrlichia ewingii Anaplasma phagocytophilum undetermined Haemophilus inuenzae,††

4 12

665

7 342

62

828

578

506

338

321

834

646

786

537

362

337

231

112

59

44

9 11 2

NY (1), MN (2), NC (1)

NY (1), MN (11)

invasive disease (age <5 yrs): serotype b nonserotype b unknown serotype Hansen disease§ Hantavirus pulmonary syndrome§ Hemolytic uremic syndrome, postdiarrheal§ Hepatitis C viral, acute HIV infection, pediatric (age <13 years) Inuenza-associated pediatric mortality Listeriosis Measles*** Meningococcal disease, invasive††† §§ §,¶¶ :

A, C, Y, & W-135 serogroup B other serogroup unknown serogroup Mumps Novel inuenza A virus infections Plague Poliomyelitis, paralytic Polio virus infection, nonparalytic§ Psittacosis§ Qfever§,§§§ total:

acute chronic Rabies, human Rubella¶¶¶ Rubella, congenital syndrome SARS-CoV§,**** Smallpox§ Streptococcal toxic-shock syndrome§ Syphilis, congenital (age <1 yr) Tetanus Toxic-shock syndrome (staphylococcal)§ Trichinellosis Tularemia Typhoid fever Vancomycin-intermediate Staphylococcus aureus§ V a n c o m y c i n - r e s i s t a n t S t a p h y l o c o c c u s a u r e u s Vibriosis (noncholera Vibrio species infections) Yellow fever § §

1 5 10 7

1 5 5 1 1 1 1 11

22 135 152 64 14 176 679 89 516 131

229 125 29 509 347 1 9 98 89 9 13 111 178 9 49 5 87 333 6 372

22

29

9

19

32

199

175

135

135

117

180

179

217

177

227

101

66

87

105

95

32

40

26

24

26

292

288

221

200

178

849

766

652

720 1,102

380

436

504

77

43

45

N

808

884

896

753

696

43

55

66

37

56

325

318

297

167

193

156

35

32

27

550

651

765

800 6,584

314

258

231

4

N

N

N

N

7

17

8

3

1

1

N

N

N

N

12

21

16

12

12

171

169

136

70

71

1

3

2

7

2

12

11

11

10

7

1

1

1

8

132

125

129

132

161

430

349

329

353

413

28

41

27

34

20

92

101

90

95

133

5

15

16

5

6

137

95

154

134

129

434

353

324

322

356

37

6

2

N

2

1

3

1

N

447

N

N

N

N

AK (1)

NC (1), FL (2), CA (2) NY (1), MI (2), MO (1), NC (4), FL (1), CA (1)

PA (2), OH (2), NC (1), GA (1), FL (1)

OK (1) MO (1), FL (1), MS (1), CO (1), CA (1) MO (1), AZ (1), WA (1), CA (2)

NY (1)

CA (1)

OR (1)

FL (4), WA (1), CA (6)

0 2 3 2 0 4 16 5 0 18 0

4 2 1 11 11 0 0 2 0 2 8 0 2 0 2 5 0 0 6

See Table 1 footnotes on next page.

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