Karita Haapasalo, Pekka Suomalainen, Antti Sukura, Heli Siikamäki, and T. Sakari Jokiranta
Author affiliations: : University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland (K. Haapasalo, A. Sukura, T.S. Jokiranta); Hospital District of Helsinki and Uusimaa, Helsinki (K. Haapasalo, T.S. Jokiranta); South Karelia Central Hospital, Lappeenranta, Finland (P. Suomalainen); Helsinki University Central Hospital, Helsinki (H. Siikamäki)
Figure 2. Giemsa-stained smears of peripheral blood of the patient infected with Babesia divergens, Finland, 2004. Intraerythrocytic parasites are indicated by arrows (A), and a representative Maltese cross form of the parasite is indicated by an arrowhead (B). (Original magnification ×750.)
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