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Measles Photos

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This page was reviewed on October 10, 2011
Download these images for use in lectures and presentations. Educate staff and patients about measles and the importance of vaccination.
Child has a bad rash caused by measles
Child in later stages of measles rash (probably has had rash for 4 or 5 days)
Child in later stages of measles rash
Measles rash covering child's arms and stomach
White spots inside the mouth are common with measles (Koplik's spots)
Late 1960s photograph shows a Nigerian mother and her child who was recovering from measles; note that the skin is sloughing on the child as he heals from his measles infection.
Face of boy with measles
Head and shoulders of boy with measles
Characteristic red blotchy pattern on child's buttocks during third day of the measles rash
Characteristic red blotchy rash on child's buttocks and back during third day of the measles rash
Mother and her child with measles
This child with measles displays the characteristic red, blotchy pattern on his face and body during the third day of the rash
A 7-year-old boy displays the rash typical of measles infection
A 2-year-old boy displays the rash typical of measles infection
Child with rubeola with appearance of feeling miserable
Measles (rubeola)
Measles (rubeola) pharyngitis in an adult showing striking inflammation
Measles (rubeola) rash and conjunctivitis
Measles (rubeola) bronchiolitis with marked air trapping
Measles
Measles
Extensive measles rash
Koplik spots, blue-white spots on the inside of the mouth that occur 24-48 hours before the rash stage
Koplik spots are small, white spots (often on a reddened background) that occur on the inside of the cheeks early in the course of measles
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