Erysipelas

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Last Updated: 04 May 2022
unusual presentation of chikungunya virus infection with concomintant erysipelas in a returning traveler from the caribbean: a case report. "unusual presentation of chikungunya virus infection with concomintant erysipelas in a returning traveler from the caribbean: a case report.", by Schechter MC, Workowski KA, Fairley JK. OFU097F1: A, Erysipelas of right arm. B, Maculopapular rash over anterior chest....

Erysipelas is a common microbial infection of the skin. Erysipelas is usually triggered by group A streptococcus bacteria. The condition may influence both children and adults. A cut in the skin; Problems with drainage via the blood vessels or lymph system; Skin sores; The infection happens on the legs or arms a lot of the moment. It may occur on the face and trunk. Fever and cools; Skin sore with a sharp raised border. As the infection spreads, the skin is unpleasant, very red, inflamed, and cozy. Blisters on the skin can develop.

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