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This 35-year-old female Cardiff, Wales smallpox patient presented with what was characterized as a malignant variola major rash. Photographed in 1962, on the twelfth day post onset, these velvety confluent vesicles of the patient’s arm, were described as crepe-like and rubbery. This was the same patient observed in PHIL 10414, who died on the twelfth day post onset.
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Content Providers(s):CDC/ Dr. R. Robinson
Creation Date:1962
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