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However, according to the NNID surveillance data, 406 cases of scarlet fever were reported in 2011, with the number of cases increasing with time, ending with 11,911 cases in 2016 (Figure), and most patients being young (<10 years of age; online Technical Appendix Table 2) (7).
We report a discrepancy between the number of patients with scarlet fever diagnoses in hospitals and the numbers reported in the NNID system.
As of January 5, 2008, two condition categories have been revised in the list of NNIDs: ehrlichiosis and Q fever.
territories) to determine which NNIDs were reportable in 2007.
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