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Özet Tularemia is a zoonotic infection caused by Francisella tularensis. Oropharyngeal tularemia is the most common form of disease in our country, which spreads by intake of contaminated water or food. We presented 3 oropharengeal tularemia cases with cutaneous signs. The patients with oral and/or pharangeal ulcers or sore throat, especially when the disease does not respond to beta lactam antibiotics, the skin of patient must be examined carefully and tularemia must be one of the differantialdoi:10.4274/tdd.1057 fatcat:4zslix3xwnbydhc4f3ymdf72ni