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Volume 10, Number 8—August 2004

Research

Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever in Turkey

S. Sami Karti*Comments to Author , Zekaver Odabasi†, Volkan Korten†, Mustafa Yilmaz*, Mehmet Sonmez*, Rahmet Caylan*, Elif Akdogan*, Necmi Eren*, Iftihar Koksal*, Ercument Ovali*, Bobbie R. Erickson‡, Martin J. Vincent‡, Stuart T. Nichol‡, James A. Comer‡, Pierre E. Rollin‡, and Thomas G. Ksiazek‡
Author affiliations: *Karadeniz Technical University, School of Medicine, Trabzon, Turkey; †Marmara University School of Medicine, Istanbul, Turkey; ‡Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA

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Figure 3

Bone marrow aspiration smear, stained with Wright, showing hemophagocytosis. A) shows phagocytosis of an erythrocyte and nuclear remnants by macrophance. B) shows phagocytosis of platelets by a macrophage.

Figure 3. Bone marrow aspiration smear, stained with Wright, showing hemophagocytosis. A) shows phagocytosis of an erythrocyte and nuclear remnants by macrophance. B) shows phagocytosis of platelets by a macrophage.

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