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Volume 3, Number 2—June 1997

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Japanese Spotted Fever: Report of 31 Cases and Review of the Literature

Fumihiko Mahara
Author affiliation: Mahara Hospital, Tokushima, Japan

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Figure 3

Upper: Typical eschar of Japanese Spotted Fever. Lower: Small and shallow eschar on admission, which disappeared in a few days.

Figure 3. Upper: Typical eschar of Japanese Spotted Fever. Lower: Small and shallow eschar on admission, which disappeared in a few days.

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