Typhoid Fever Photos


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Photos of the Disease

From the Public Health Image Library

A photomicrograph of Salmonella typhosus bacteria using a Flagellar stain technique.  Salmonella typhosus, also known as Eberthella typhi and Bacillus typhosus, is the cause of Typhoid fever.

A photomicrograph of Salmonella typhosus bacteria using a Flagellar stain technique. Also known as Eberthella typhi and Bacillus typhosus, is the cause of Typhoid fever.
Source: PHIL Photo ID# 2115

A photomicrograph of Salmonella typhosus bacteria using a Gram stain technique.

A photomicrograph of Salmonella Typhi bacteria using a Gram stain technique.
Source: PHIL Photo ID# 2114

Histopathology of a lymph node in a case of Typhoid Fever.

Histopathology of a lymph node in a case of Typhoid Fever.
Source: PHIL Photo ID# 2213

Histopathology of the gallbladder in a case of Typhoid fever.

Histopathology of the gallbladder in a case of Typhoid fever.
Source: PHIL Photo ID# 2212

Images of People Affected by the Disease

From the Public Health Image Library

Rose spots on the chest of a patient with typhoid fever due to the bacterium <em>Salmonella</em> Typhi.

Rose spots on the chest of a patient with typhoid fever due to the bacterium Salmonella Typhi.
Source: PHIL Photo ID# 2215

Rose spots on abdomen of a patient with typhoid fever due to the bacterium <em>Salmonella</em> Typhi.

Rose spots on abdomen of a patient with typhoid fever due to the bacterium Salmonella Typhi.
Source: PHIL Photo ID# 2214

Page last reviewed: May 23, 2011