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Fig. 2 | Tropical Diseases, Travel Medicine and Vaccines

Fig. 2

From: Travelers’ diarrhea: update on the incidence, etiology and risk in military and similar populations – 1990-2005 versus 2005–2015, does a decade make a difference?

Fig. 2

Pathogen prevalence of diarrheal illness among long term travelers, 1990–2015. Of those cases for which diagnostic testing was performed, 62% were positive for bacterial pathogens, with viruses (7%) and parasites (4%) being detected at lower rates. ETEC was the most commonly isolated bacterial etiology (44%), followed by EAEC (21%) and Campylobacter spp. (19%). Multiple pathogens were detected in 11% of tested cases and no identified pathogens in 36%

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