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This image from 1969, depicts a child, who’d developed a generally distributed maculopapular rash, with accompanying epidermal necrolysis, after having received a primary smallpox vaccination. Note the characteristic scalded skin rash over the infant’s torso, upper extremity, and face, indicative of epidermal necrolysis. For other views of this child’s condition, see PHIL 3313, 3314, 3315, 3316, 3317, and 3320.
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Content Providers(s):CDC/ Dr. Michael Lane/ Dr. Paul G. Kushner; Dept. of Pediatrics, Norristown, PA.
Creation Date:1969
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CDC Organization
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