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English: Lactobacillus organisms and vaginal squamous epithelial cell. Bacteria appeared as gram-positive rods among squamous epithelial cells and neutrophils in this vaginal smear.
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current13:51, 18 March 2006Thumbnail for version as of 13:51, 18 March 2006625 × 498 (257 KB)Rasbak (talk | contribs)Picture from English Wikipedia '''''Lactobacillus''''' bacteria and a vaginal squamous epithelial cell. Obtained from the CDC [ Public Health Image Library]. Image credit: CDC/Dr. Mike Miller (PHIL #1048), 1982.
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