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Number of Case-reports of Primary Amebic Meningoencephalitis by Year — United States, 1962-2017

Case reports for 2016. N=143.

N=143; 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, 1962-2017

Case reports by age and gender bar graph

N=143; median age = 12; 73.4% male

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Number of Case-reports of Primary Amebic Meningoencephalitis, by Month of Illness Onset and Probable Water Exposure — United States, 1962–2017

Case reports by water exposure.

N=132
*Aquatic venues are artificially constructed structures or modified natural structures where the general public is exposed to water intended for recreational or therapeutic purpose. Examples include swimming pools, interactive water play venues/water playgrounds, hot tubs/spas, and artificial whitewater rivers. CDC and its state and local public health partners have identified PAM cases linked to inadequately operated aquatic venues (for example, consistently unable to detect chlorine in the water). However, CDC is not aware of any PAM cases linked to well-operated aquatic venues.
** 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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