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Anthrax (cont.)

Anthrax Pictures

Media file 1: Microscopic picture of anthrax. Image courtesy of AVIP agency, Office of the Army Surgeon General, U.S.
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Media file 2: Cutaneous (skin) anthrax. Picture courtesy of AVIP agency, Office of the Army Surgeon General, U.S.
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Media file 3: Skin lesion of anthrax on face. Picture courtesy of the Public Health Image Library, CDC, Atlanta, Georgia.
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Media file 4: Skin lesions of anthrax on neck. Picture courtesy of the Public Health Image Library, CDC, Atlanta, Georgia.
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Media file 5: Chest X-ray showing widened chest cavity resulting from inhalation anthrax. Image courtesy of Dr. P.S. Brachman, Public Health Image Library, CDC, Atlanta, Georgia.
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Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 9/5/2012

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