Chancroid lesion haemophilus ducreyi PHIL 3728 lores.jpg

English: This photograph depicts a patient who presented with a penile chancroid lesion.

The first sign of infection is usually the appearance of one or more sores, or raised bumps on the genital organs. Sores are surrounded by a narrow red border. It soon becomes filled with pus, and eventually ruptures, leaving a painful open wound. Content Providers(s): CDC/Joe Miller Creation Date: 1974

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