Table I. Summary of provisional cases of selected notifiable diseases, United States, cumulative, week ending April 17, 2004

Table I. Summary of provisional cases of selected notifiable diseases, United States, cumulative, week ending April 17, 2004 – 15th Week

TABLE 1. Summary of provisional cases of selected notifiable diseases,

United States, cumulative, week ending April 17, 2004 (15th Week) *

Cum.2004

Anthrax –

Botulism: –

foodborne 4

infant 21

other (wound & unspecified 4

Brucellosis ([dagger]) 16

Chancroid 9

Cholera 1

Cyclosporiasis ([dagger]) 26

Diphtheria –

Ehrlichiosis: –

human granulocytic (HGE) ([dagger]) 6

human monocytic (HME) ([dagger]) 9

human, other and unspecified –

Encephalitis/Meningitis: –

California serogroup viral ([dagger]) –

eastern equine ([dagger]) –

Powassan ([dagger]) –

St. Louis ([dagger]) 1

western equine ([dagger]) –

Hansen disease (leprosy) ([dagger]) 19

Hantavirus pulmonary syndrome ([dagger]) 2

Hemolytic uremic syndrome, postdiarrheal ([dagger]) 14

HIV infection, pediatric ([dagger]) ([section]) 52

Measles, total 11 ([paragraph])

Mumps 46

Plague –

Poliomyelitis, paralytic –

Psittacosis ([dagger]) 2

Q fever ([dagger]) 6

Rabies, human –

Rubella 12

Rubella, congenital syndrome 1

SARS-associated coronavirus disease ([dagger])

([dagger]) ([dagger]) –

Smallpox ([dagger]) ([subsection]) –

Staphylococcus aureus: –

Vancomycin-intermediate (VISA)([dagger]) ([subsection]) 4

Vancomycin-resistant (VRSA) ([dagger]) ([subsection]) –

Streptococcal toxic-shock syndrome ([dagger]) 32

Tetanus 3

Toxic-shock syndrome 36

Trichinosis 2

Tularemia ([dagger]) 4

Yellow fever –

Cum.2003

Anthrax –

Botulism: –

foodborne 5

infant 19

other (wound & unspecified 5

Brucellosis ([dagger]) 32

Chancroid 16

Cholera –

Cyclosporiasis ([dagger]) 22

Diphtheria –

Ehrlichiosis: –

human granulocytic (HGE) ([dagger]) 26

human monocytic (HME) ([dagger]) 17

human, other and unspecified 2

Encephalitis/Meningitis: –

California serogroup viral ([dagger]) –

eastern equine ([dagger]) 2

Powassan ([dagger]) –

St. Louis ([dagger]) 2

western equine ([dagger]) –

Hansen disease (leprosy) ([dagger]) 28

Hantavirus pulmonary syndrome ([dagger]) 4

Hemolytic uremic syndrome, postdiarrheal ([dagger]) 34

HIV infection, pediatric ([dagger]) ([section]) 73

Measles, total 9 **

Mumps 68

Plague –

Poliomyelitis, paralytic –

Psittacosis ([dagger]) 6

Q fever ([dagger]) 19

Rabies, human –

Rubella 3

Rubella, congenital syndrome 1

SARS-associated coronavirus disease ([dagger])

([dagger]) ([dagger]) 5

Smallpox ([dagger]) ([subsection]) NA

Staphylococcus aureus: –

Vancomycin-intermediate (VISA)([dagger]) ([subsection]) NA

Vancomycin-resistant (VRSA) ([dagger]) ([subsection]) NA

Streptococcal toxic-shock syndrome ([dagger]) 68

Tetanus 4

Toxic-shock syndrome 42

Trichinosis –

Tularemia ([dagger]) 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 March 26, 2004.

([paragraph]) Of 11 cases reported, eight were indigenous, and three

were imported from another country.

** Of nine cases reported, five were indigenous, and four were

imported from another country.

([dagger]) ([dagger]) Updated weekly from reports to the Division of

Viral and Rickettsial Diseases, National Center for Infectious

Diseases (notifiable as of July 2003).

([subsection]) Not previously notifiable.

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