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A few example photos from the Public Health Image Library
This micrograph reveals submucosal hemorrhage in the small intestine, in a case of fatal human anthrax; H&E stain; Mg. 240X.
Source: PHIL Photo ID# 4629
Source: PHIL Photo ID# 1811
Electron micrograph (SEM) depicted spores from the Sterne strain of Bacillus anthracis bacteria.
Source: PHIL Photo ID# 10123
A photomicrograph of Bacillus anthracis bacteria using Gram’s stain technique.
Source: PHIL Photo ID# 2226
This female patient is shown here on the 5th day of a Bacillus anthracis infection involving her left eye.
Source: PHIL Photo ID# 4504
Anthrax lesion on the skin of the forearm caused by the bacterium Bacillus anthracis.
Source: PHIL Photo ID# 2033
Anthrax lesion on the neck.
Source: PHIL Photo ID# 1794
Anthrax, skin of right forearm, 7th day.
Source: PHIL Photo ID# 1801
Anthrax, skin of face, 6th day.
Source: PHIL Photo ID# 1804
Be sure to see the regulations and copyright rules for these sites offering more images/photos.
- Cutaneous Anthrax Images
- Inhalation Anthrax Images
- Gastrointestinal Anthrax Images
- Injection Anthrax Images
- Anthrax Symptoms
- Public Health Image Library (PHIL)
- Department of Defense – Anthrax Vaccine Immunization Program (AVIP)external icon
- National Library of Medicine – Medline Plusexternal icon