EPIDEMIC YELLOW FEVER IN EASTERN NIGERIA, 1986

@article{Cock1988EPIDEMICYF,
  title={EPIDEMIC YELLOW FEVER IN EASTERN NIGERIA, 1986},
  author={K. M. Cock and A. Nasidi and J. Enr{\'i}quez and R. B. Craven and B. Okafor and T. Monath and P. Tukei and P. Lichfield and A. Fabiyi and C. Ravaonjanahary and A. Sorungbe},
  journal={The Lancet},
  year={1988},
  volume={331},
  pages={630-633}
}
An epidemic of yellow fever occurred in the eastern part of Nigeria during the second half of 1986. Oju, in Benue State, was the most heavily affected region, but yellow fever also occurred in surrounding areas, particularly Ogoja, in Cross River State. In Oju, the mean attack and mortality rates were 4.9% and 2.8%, respectively. Sex and age specific rates were highest in males and in the 20-29 yr age group. The overall case fatality rate was approximately 50%. Diagnosis was confirmed by IgM… Expand
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