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Volume 8, Number 12—December 2002

Dispatch

Rat-to-Human Transmission of Cowpox Infection

Tom F.W. Wolfs*Comments to Author , Jaap A. Wagenaar†, Hubert G.M. Niesters‡, and Albert D.M.E. Osterhaus‡
Author affiliations: *Wilhelmina Children’s Hospital/University Medical Center, Utrecht, the Netherlands; †Utrecht University, Utrecht, the Netherlands; ‡University Hospital, Rotterdam, the Netherlands;

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Figure 1

Cowpox lesions with ulcerated nodules on upper lip and left lower eyelid, several molluscum-like-lesions on the right eyelids, and oedema and erythema of the right side of the face.

Figure 1. Cowpox lesions with ulcerated nodules on upper lip and left lower eyelid, several molluscum-like-lesions on the right eyelids, and oedema and erythema of the right side of the face.

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