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Volume 12, Number 3—March 2006

Letter

Cutaneous Anthrax, Belgian Traveler

Erwin Van den Enden*Comments to Author , Alphons Van Gompel*, and Marjan Van Esbroeck*
Author affiliations: *Institute of Tropical Medicine, Antwerp, Belgium

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Initial skin lesion with black crust and red border, suggestive of cutaneous anthrax. By the time the picture was taken, the massive edema of hand and arm had subsided.

Figure. Initial skin lesion with black crust and red border, suggestive of cutaneous anthrax. By the time the picture was taken, the massive edema of hand and arm had subsided.

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