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In ulceroglandular tularemia, an inflamed papule appears on the finger or hand (top); it then rapidly becomes pustular and ulcerates, producing a clean ulcer crater with scanty, thin, colorless exudates (bottom).

Images courtesy of Dr. Brachman via the Public Health Image Library of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.