Cellulitis

Tuesday, November 15th 2016. | Disease Diagram
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Cellulitis – Cellulitis caused by bacteria type into the skin usually by a cut, abrasions, or break in the skin. Break it does not need it. Streptococcus a””dan””aureus group is the most common of these bacteria that is part of a flora normal skin but did not cause infections in fact, while on the surface of the skin.A predisposition to insect bites, including cellulitis blister, the animals, a tattoo, an itchy rash of the skin the last, athletes foot, dried bark, eczema, a drug injection ( especially subcutaneous or injection intramuscular or where an injection to a vein or ‘ for ‘ ) pregnancy, diabetes, and obesity circulation, which could affect and burns and ulcers, although there is little debate about whether a foot contribute.

The photos shown here of cellulitis cases are more severe than what may appear to be normal in the early stages. Usually itching and / or rash appear a bit after it lost only leave a small mark that is often overlooked.

The appearance of the skin will help the doctor make a diagnosis. The doctor may also suggest blood tests, a wound culture or other tests to help rule out blood clots in the leg veins. Cellulitis in the lower leg is characterized by signs and symptoms that may be similar to clot occurring deep in the veins, such as warmth, pain and swelling (inflammation).

This reddened skin or rash may signal a deeper infection, more serious than the inner layer of skin. Once under the skin, the bacteria can spread rapidly, entering the lymph nodes and the bloodstream and spread throughout the body.
In rare cases, the infection can spread to the inner layer of tissue called fascia layer. Necrotizing fasciitis, also called by the media “flesh-eating bacteria,” is an example of a deep-layer infection. This is an extreme medical emergency.

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