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We collected clinical and morphologic data from children with diarrhea attending 3 diverse hospitals/clinics in Accra. Stool samples were tested for rotavirus and Cryptosporidium spp. In all, 58% of the children with diarrhea had rotavirus infections, 25% of which were of the G3 sero/genotype. The most common strains were G3P  (18.8%) and G2P  (12.5%). Cryptosporidium spp. infections were uncommon (3/143, 2.0%).
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