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Chickenpox Photos

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This page was reviewed on February 18, 2010
Download these images for use in lectures and presentations. Educate staff and patients about chickenpox and the importance of vaccination.
Previous chickenpox images
Bullous varicella
Varicella in a child with recent group A streptococcal pharyngitis
Child with superinfected varicella lesions
9 year old who developed Staphylococcus aureus infection of her varicella lesions
Classic case of chickenpox of the newborn
Infant with necrotizing fasciitis, a complication of varicella
Infant with varicella
Ten-year-old boy with varicella
Child with varicella
Infant with facial varicella lesions
Chickenpox in the mouth
Chickenpox lesions on the skin
Chickenpox, bullous
Chickenpox, bullous
Chickenpox, hemorrhagic
Chickenpox, hemorrhagic
Chickenpox, hemorrhagic
Chickenpox, hemorrhagic
Arawete Indian man with chickenpox (Brazil)
Arawete Indian man with chickenpox (Brazil)
Previous chickenpox images
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