ID#: 4366
This 1969 photograph depicts the left shoulder and chest, of a patient who had presented with chickenpox, demonstrating the typical rash as seen on day eight. Notice that most scabs had fallen off. After chickenpox scabs have come off, pinkish areas on the skin may be seen, like those after smallpox. Usually, the patient has already lost most of the scabs by the 8th day of the rash.
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Content Provider(s): CDC
Creation Date: 1969
Photo Credit:
CDC Organization
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