Attitude of involved epidemiologists toward the first European outbreak of rhinosporidiosis

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Rhinosporidiosis occurs extremely seldom in Europe. Until recently, the disease was unknown in Serbia (Yugoslavia). An outbreak that began in January 1992, affected 21 individuals. All of them had been exposed to the same source of stagnant water. The purpose of this study was to assess which control measures would be selected by epidemiologists potentially… (More)
DOI: 10.1023/A:1007329001907

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@article{Radovanovic1997AttitudeOI, title={Attitude of involved epidemiologists toward the first European outbreak of rhinosporidiosis}, author={Zoran L. Radovanovic and Ziva Vukovic and Slavenka M. Jankovi{\'c}}, journal={European Journal of Epidemiology}, year={1997}, volume={13}, pages={157-160} }