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In ulceroglandular tularemia, an inflamed sore appears on the finger or hand (top). The sore rapidly fills with pus, then becomes an open sore (bottom).
Images courtesy of CDC/Dr. Brachman (top) and CDC/Emory Univ.; Dr. Sellers (bottom) via the Public Health Image Library of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.