Guidance on Clinical Suspicion and Differential Diagnosis of Monkeypox. Provisional Technical Note, June 2022
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The purpose of this publication is to present guidelines for the clinical diagnosis of monkeypox to assist in the proper management of patients and the application of infection control practices. In addition, given that the appearance and evolution of the typical skin lesions of this viral disease are variable, a selection of photographs of different cases is included that will help in the differential diagnosis.
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