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Table 2 The clusters of S. japonicum infections in Hubei during 2009–2014

From: A spatial analysis of human Schistosoma japonicum infections in Hubei, China, during 2009–2014

Year Typesa Reported cases Expected cases Log-likelihood ratio Relative risk P-value No. of counties in cluster Areas (County)
2009 1 21,224 11,443 6254 1.85 0.001 9 Shashi, Gong’an, Jianli, Jiangling, Shishou, Honghu, Jiayu, Chibi, Qianjiang
2 2601 1657 244 1.57 0.001 1 Hanchuan
2010 1 17,072 9156 4940 1.86 0.001 8 Shashi, Gong’an, Jianli, Jiangling, Shishou, Honghu, Jiayu, Qianjiang
2 2528 1381 408 1.83 0.001 1 Hanchuan
2011 1 14,938 9096 3465 1.64 0.001 10 Shashi, Gong’an, Jianli, Jiangling, Shishou, Honghu, Jiayu, Chibi, Xiantao, Qianjiang
2 1921 1069 293 1.8 0.001 1 Hanchuan
3 1189 1003 17 1.19 0.001 1 Songzi
2012 1 10,356 6243 2562 1.66 0.001 11 Shashi, Jingzhou Development Zone, Gong’an, Jianli, Jiangling, Shishou, Honghu, Jiayu, Chibi, Xiantao, Qianjiang
2 1122 722 101 1.55 0.001 1 Hanchuan
2013 1 7737 4568 2090 1.69 0.001 11 Shashi, Jingzhou Development Zone, Gong’an, Jianli, Jiangling, Shishou, Honghu, Jiayu, Chibi, Xiantao, Qianjiang
2 887 528 108 1.68 0.001 1 Hanchuan
2014 1 3445 1383 1998 2.49 0.001 9 Shashi, Jingzhou Development Zone, Gong’an, Jianli, Jiangling, Shishou, Honghu, Jiayu, Chibi
2 402 238 50 1.69 0.001 1 Hanchuan
  1. a1, most likely clusters; 2, secondary clusters; 3, tertiary clusters