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Bullous Leg Lesions Caused by Culicoides Midges after Travel in the Amazon Basin

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  • Department of Bacteriology, United States Naval Medical Research Center Detachment, Lima and Iquitos, Peru; Naval Environmental and Preventive Medicine Unit SIX, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii; Infectious Disease Clinical Research Program, Uniformed Services University, Bethesda, Maryland
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*Address correspondence to Ryan C. Maves, Department of Bacteriology, Naval Medical Research Center Detachment, 3230 Lima Place, Washington, DC 20521-3230. E-mail: ryan.maves@med.navy.mil

Authors' addresses: Ryan C. Maves, Department of Bacteriology, Naval Medical Research Center Detachment, Washington, DC, E-mail: ryan.maves@med.navy.mil. Erik J. Reaves, Department of Epidemiology and Emerging Infections, Naval Medical Research Center Detachment, Washington, DC, E-mail: erik.reaves@med.navy.mil. Gregory J. Martin, Infectious Disease Clinical Research Program, Uniformed Services University, Bethesda, MD, E-mail: gmartin@idcrp.org.

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