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An example from the Public Health Image Library
Photo ID# 10817
Here a negative stain electron micrograph reveals a "M" (mulberry type) monkeypox virus virion in human vesicular fluid. See PHIL 3945 for a black and white version of this image.
A few examples from the Public Health Image Library
Photo ID# 2329
Close-up of monkeypox lesions on the arm and leg of a female child.
Photo ID# 12784
Outbreak of monkeypox, which took place in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), 1996 to 1997, formerly Zaire. Pictured here, in this photograph from the World Health Organization (WHO), was the face, back, feet and hands of a young boy, who’d sustained the ravages of the characteristic maculopapular monkeypox cutaneous rash.
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