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Images Dated 15th June 2004

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EARTHWORM - mass Featured 15 Jun 2004 Image


Andy Teare
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Ringworm infection on the arm of a sheepworker Featured 15 Jun 2004 Image

Ringworm infection on the arm of a sheepworker

Example of tinea, also known as ringworm, on the arm of a sheepworker. The disease was picked up from an infected sheep. Tinea is a fungal infection of the surface of the skin and is caused by various species such as Microsporum, Trichophyton and Epidermophyton. Ringworm, which also affects animals, is highly contagious and can be spread by direct contact or via infected materials. The commonest form of ringworm is tinea pedis, also known as athlete's foot, which affects the skin between the toes. The infection causes intense itching and is generally treated with antifungal agents taken by mouth or applied locally

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Ebola virus, TEM Featured 15 Jun 2004 Image

Ebola virus, TEM

Ebola virus. Coloured transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of the extrusion (release) of an Ebola virus (red) from a host cell (green). This filovirus, which causes Ebola fever, removes part of the host cell membrane (pink/blue, centre) as it leaves, ensuring that the host's defences do not recognise it as foreign. Ebola is contracted by handling material from infected animals, or through contact with the body fluids of infected patients. It causes a fever, severe haemorrhaging and central nervous system damage. There is no cure, but most victims recover if given good supportive therapy. Magnification unknown