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Volume 19, Number 12—December 2013

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Reemergence of Vaccinia Virus during Zoonotic Outbreak, Pará State, Brazil

Felipe L. de Assis, Wagner M. Vinhote, José D. Barbosa, Cairo H.S. de Oliveira, Carlos M.G. de Oliveira, Karinny F. Campos, Natália S. Silva, Giliane de Souza Trindade, Erna G. Kroon, Jonatas S. Abrahão, and Jônatas
Author affiliations: Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Minas Gerais, Brazil (F.L. de Assis, G. de Souza Trindade, J.S. Abrahão, E.G. Kroon); Universidade Federal do Pará, Pará, Brazil (W.M. Vinhote, J.D. Barbosa, C.H.S. de Oliveira, C.M.G. de Oliveira, K.F. Campos, N.S. Silva)

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Exanthematic lesions caused by vaccinia virus (VACV) infection during this outbreak. A) Vesicular lesion on milker’s finger that advanced to an ulcerative stage. B and D) Typical lesions on teats and udder of a dairy cow infected by VACV at different stages, ranging from ulceration to scabs. C) Lesions on a calf’s muzzle probably caused by VACV infection during suckling.

Figure 2. . . . Exanthematic lesions caused by vaccinia virus (VACV) infection during this outbreak. A) Vesicular lesion on milker’s finger that advanced to an ulcerative stage. B and D) Typical lesions on teats and udder of a dairy cow infected by VACV at different stages, ranging from ulceration to scabs. C) Lesions on a calf’s muzzle probably caused by VACV infection during suckling.

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