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From: Available studies fail to provide strong evidence of increased risk of diarrhea mortality due to measles in the period 4–26 weeks after measles rash onset

Fig. 1

The onset and duration of 149 episodes of diarrhea in relation to the onset of measles rash in 119 measles cases from Koster et al.’s 1981 study “Synergistic impact of measles and diarrhea on nutrition and mortality in Bangladesh” [2]. Diarrheal episodes less than 7 days long are shaded in white. Diarrheal episodes longer than 7 days are shaded in black. Permission to reproduce figure granted by Oxford University Press 06/12/2016 License Number 4003101368875

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