Hepatitis A Photos
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Just a few examples from the Public Health Image Library
Photo ID#: 2739
An electron micrograph of the Hepatitis A virus (HAV), an RNA virus that can survive up to a month at room temperature.
A sample photo from the Public Health Image Library
Photo ID# 2860
The viral disease Hepatitis A is manifested here as icterus, or jaundice of the conjunctivae and facial skin.
From the Immunization Action Coalition
Man with jaundice (yellowing of skin and eyes).
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