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Hepatitis B Photos

 
Photographs accompanied by text that reads "Courtesy of . . . " may be used for displays, brochures, posters, and presentations. Please credit the appropriate source. Photographs accompanied by text that reads "Copyright . . ." may not be reprinted without permission. Please contact the source (not IAC) for permission to reprint copyrighted photos.

Warning: Some of these photos are quite graphic.
 
This woman is suffering from liver cancer caused by hepatitis B
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Larger image: www.vaccineinformation.org/photos/hepbiac001a.jpg
Largest image: www.vaccineinformation.org/photos/hepbiac001b.jpg
Courtesy of Patricia Walker, MD, Ramsey Clinic Associates, St. Paul, MN
Transmission electron micrograph of hepatitis B virions
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Courtesy of Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Normal liver. It has a fine lobular texture and smooth capsular surface.
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Courtesy of Tulane University School of Medicine
May be reproduced with proper citation.
"Section of liver damaged by HBV. Note the enlarged cells and blistering of the capsular surface."
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Copyright, Anthony Demetris, MD Director, Division of Transplantation Pathology, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
"Section of liver damaged by HBV. Note the enlarged cells and blistering of the capsular surface."
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Copyright, Anthony Demetris, MD Director, Division of Transplantation Pathology, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
 
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