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Incidencia y patrones de transmisión de rubeola en México
Salud Pública de México
Objective. To describe changes in the transmission patterns of rubella in Mexico. Material and Methods. An analysis of rubella incidence during 1990-2005 was performed to estimate the morbidity trend through a simple linear regression model. Endemic mapping was carried out by logarithmic transformation of the geometric mean of monthly incidence rates and 95% CI to estimate high and low endemic ranges. Results. A stable trend was observed in morbidity during 1990-1998 ,descending duringdoi:10.1590/s0036-36342007000500004 pmid:17952241 fatcat:dqpb7sfpuzawrc5tdbv3zgsoau