well-defined, shiny, erythematous, edematous plaques involving eyelids, cheeks, and the nose of an elderly febrile male. On palpation the skin is hot and tender. Portal of entry was conjunctivitis
edematous. Erythematous plaque is well defined. Entrance is tineapedis
gangrenosum of buttock: P. aeruginosa A, infarcted area with surrounding erythema present for 5 days on the buttock of a neutropenic HIV-infected male. This primary cutaneous infection was associated with bacteremia. B. Two weeks later, the lesion had progressed to a large ulceration. The patient died 3 months later of P. aeruginosapneumonitis associated with chronic neutropenia.
Cellulitis is an acute or subcute or chronic subconnective tissue inflammation <br />Erysyplis is a bacrerial infection of dermis and <br />subcutineous<br />Common in children less than 3 year <br />def<br />
S aureus<br />H iflunza type b <br />Gas <br />Less common <br />Group b strep <br />Pneumococci<br />Proteus mirbalis<br />P arginovsa<br />Predispoising factors<br />Manutrition and anemia <br />Alcholism<br />d.M<br />Chronic depletory disease<br />Eitiology<br />
aFter the entry of the pathogenes the inflamation spread in the tissue by<br />Hyaluronidase break the poly sacraid<br />Fibrinolysisagians fibrin<br />Lecithinases destroy cell membrane <br />So the nubmer of infective organism usually small and that suggesting that cellulitismybe more to the reaction of cytokinas than overwhelming growth<br />Pathogensis<br />
Explaining the condition to the patient<br />Subacetate compressor <br />Local anti biotic<br />Penicillin<br />Erythromycin<br />Cephalosporin<br />For reccurent cases long term penicillin <br />Management<br />