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Fig. 6

From: High-resolution infrared thermography: a new tool to assess tungiasis-associated inflammation of the skin

Fig. 6

(a) left foot, multiple stage II and IIIb lesions together with hyperpigmentation and hyperkeratosis. (b) left foot, stage II lesion on the proximal medial edge of the second toe. (c) left foot, perilesional hyperthermia with a median of 31.0 °C (iron transformation). (d) left foot, perilesional hyperthermia with green transformation of isotherm areas ≥ 31.0 °C (inverted grey transformation). (e) left foot, perilesional hyperthermia immediately after extraction, median of 31.2°C (iron transformation). (f) left foot, perilesional hypothermia four days after extraction, median 17.1°C (iron transformation). (g) left foot perilesional hypothermia in inverted grey (inverted grey transformation)

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