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This 4-year-old Cardiff, Wales smallpox patient, presented with what was characterized as a modified variola major rash, which resembled varicella. There was a cropping of the lesions in their distribution pattern. The patient was felt to have been inoculated, by way of a laparotomy wound, as well as possibly through having received a blood transfusion. See PHIL 10418 for another view of this child's feet, and the papules on their surfaces.
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Creation Date:1962
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