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Erratum: Vol. 42, No. 50

In the article "Status of Public Health -- Bosnia and Herzegovina, August-September 1993," the percentage change figures presented in (Table_1) (page 980) are incorrect. The corrected table appears below.
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TABLE 1. Incidence * of selected enteric diseases, by region and period -- central
Bosnia, 1990-1993
   Region                    Hepatitis A        Diarrhea        Dysentery +
   Sarajevo City &
     January-June 1992           0.9              13.2              0.3
     January-June 1993           5.1              94.9              4.0
     % Change                   +467%             +619%           +1233%

   Zenica City @
     May-July 1990
       and May-July 1991         0.4              10.3              0.3
     May-July 1993               4.6              83.9              4.4
     % Change                  +1050%             +715%           +1367%

   Tuzla Region **
     1992                        0.5               6.5              0.5
     January-June 1993           1.9               9.3              0.4
     % Change                   +280%              +43%             -20%
 * Per 100,000 population per month.
 + An unspecified proportion of cases were confirmed as caused by either Shigella sonnei or
   S. flexneri.
 & Regional Institute of Public Health, Sarajevo. Assumes a prewar population of 361,000 and
   a current population of 300,000.
 @ Regional Institute of Public Health, Zenica. Assumes a prewar population of 130,000 and a
   current population of 195,000.
** Regional Institute of Public Health, Tuzla. Assumes a prewar and current population of

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