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Number of Case-reports of Primary Amebic Meningoencephalitis by Year — United States, 1962-2013

 a green bar graph on a white background showing the number of case reports of PAM by year, United States, 1962-2011. N=123; year of exposure unknown for one case. 

N=132; Year of exposure unknown for one case


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Number of Case-reports of Primary Amebic Meningoencephalitis by Age Group and Gender — United States, 1962-2013

Number of Case-reports of Primary Amebic Meningoencephalitis, by Month of Illness Onset and Probable Water Exposure — United States, 1962–2013

 Multi-colored graph showing the number of case-reports of primary amebic meningoencephalitis, by month of illness onset and probable water exposure in the United States, from 1962-2013.

N=121. No information is available on the design, maintenance, or operation of these pools.
** Water was forced up the nose during use.
Month of illness onset unknown for 11 cases. Of those case-reports missing the month of exposure, probable water exposures included lake, pond, reservoir (N=5), unknown/multiple (N=5), and geothermal water (N=1)


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