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IASR Vol. 37, No. 10 (No. 440) October 2016


  topicMumps (infectious parotitis) in Japan, as of September 2016

  • Genotype G mumps virus epidemics in Okinawa Prefecture, 2014-2015
  • Mumps epidemic in Ishikawa Prefecture, April 2015-March 2016
  • Phylogenetic analysis of the genotype G mumps virus detected in
    Osaka Prefecture since 2015
  • Epidemiological feature of the mumps epidemic in Tokunoshima,
    Kagoshima Prefecture, July 2015-June 2016
  • Mumps epidemic and active surveillance for severe cases,
    Okinawa Prefecture, 2015
  • Molecular epidemiological analysis of mumps virus circulating in Japan,
  • Report of a mumps patient infected in Japan with subsequent symptom
    development during an American homestay and two Japanese contact cases
    who also developed symptoms after returning from the United States,
    July-August, 2016
  • Diagnosis of mumps among outpatients
  • Mumps vaccination status by age group in Japan, FY2015-National
    Epidemiological Surveillance of Vaccine-Preventable Diseases
  • Changes in seropositivity before and after the 2010-2011 mumps epidemic
  • Summary and update regarding mumps vaccine
  • Notifications of adverse events after mumps vaccination, April 2013-
    June 2016
  • Emergency vaccination campaign in response to the rubella epidemic,
    Kawasaki City, April 2013-March 2014
  • Confirmation of Taenia asiatica infection in Japan in August 2016-
    Chiba Prefecture
  • Laboratory diagnosis of legionella species at a non-overnight bathing facility
    repeatedly suspected as the source of legionella infection and hygienic
    measures taken, Nara Prefecture
  • Viruses detected from environmental waters in FY2015 through
    the environmental poliovirus surveillance program of the National
    Epidemiological Surveillance of Vaccine-Preventable Diseases
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