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English: Images of three different Buruli ulcer lesions. At top-left, an early (category I) ulcer on a limb. Top-right, a larger ulcer on the lower arm of an Australian woman. At bottom, a severe ulcer on the thigh of a child in Benin.
Date 1 November 2020

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Images of Buruli ulcer lesions. Top-left, an early ulcer. Top-right, a larger ulcer across the lower arm and wrist. Bottom, a large ulcer on the thigh.

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current 21:49, 1 November 2020 Thumbnail for version as of 21:49, 1 November 2020482 × 463 (557 KB)AjpolinoUploaded a work by See individual image files for full source documentation. Authors list: * File:Category I Buruli ulcer.tif - Barogui YT, Sopoh GE, Johnson RC, de Zeeuw J, Dossou AD, Houezo JG, Chauty A, Agossadou D, Edorh PA, Asiedu K, van der Werf TS, Stienstra Y * File:Severe Buruli ulcer - Australia.tif - Yerramilli A, Tay EL, Stewardson AJ, Kelley PG, Bishop E, Jenkin GA, Starr M, Trevillyan J, Hughes A, Friedman ND, O'Brien DP, Johnson PDR *[[:File:Category III Buruli ulcer.ti...
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