Geographical variation of Legionnaires' disease: a critique and guide to future research.

  • Raj S Bhopal
  • Published 1993 in International journal of epidemiology


This review considers the value of the observation that Legionnaires' disease varies geographically. Estimates of disease incidence, derived from case registers and from studies measuring the proportion of cases of pneumonia which are Legionnaires' disease, and of the prevalence of the population with antibody, show that there is geographical variation in… (More)


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