Clinical manifestation

7-17 day incubation, followed by prodrome of fever, headache, pharyngitis, backache, nausea, vomiting, and feeling of general debility; oral mucous membrane enan-them; skin eruption begins with small, red macules on face and then spreads to extremities and trunk; lesions evolve into firm papules, then vesiculate, develop into pustules, and coalesce; by day 17, pustules form crusts and heal with pitted scars; lesions tend to be in same stage of development

Variola minor variant: constitutional symptoms, with fewer and smaller skin lesions

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