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From: Susceptibility to intestinal infection and diarrhoea in Zambian adults in relation to HIV status and CD4 count

Figure 1

Seasonal variation in diarrhoea and in eight intestinal infections. The seasons (each of 2 months) are shown along the x axis (1 May, June; 2 July, August; 3 September, October; 4 November, December; 5 January, February; 6 March, April) and the incidence of that infection per 'season' on the y axis. Rainfall is November-March, so shigellosis is commoner in the dry season and aeromoniasis during the rains. Infections which are listed in Table 1 and not shown here did not display seasonality.

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