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Brown Recluse Spider Bite Picture

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Brown Recluse Spider Bite
Brown Recluse Spider
Brown Recluse Spider
Brown Recluse Spider
Brown Recluse Spider Bite
Brown Recluse Spider Bite
Brown Recluse Spider
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4 mo. after a brown recluse, L. reclusa, spider bite, this patient displayed localized tissue necrosis.

Sometimes a bite from a brown recluse spider can go unnoticed, or maybe feel as slight as a pinprick. However, usually, after 2–8hrs, there is ensuing severe pain, erythema, and localized tissue necrosis due to the venom’s proteolytic enzymes.

Picture & text from CDC/PHIL. For more information see Brown Recluse Pictures from CDC


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