Cellulitis<br />erysiples<br />بسم اللة الرحمن الرحيم Omdurman Islamic university<br />
Cellulitis is an acute or subcute or chronic subconnective tissue inflammation <br />Erysyplis is a bacrerial infection of...
S aureus<br />H iflunza type b <br />Gas <br />Less common <br />Group b strep <br />Pneumococci<br />Proteus mirbalis<br ...
aFter the entry of the pathogenes the inflamation spread in the tissue by<br />Hyaluronidase                break the poly...
Clinical picture<br />Localization<br />  face <br />   lower extremities<br />gentalia<br />extermties<br />
Septicemia <br />Endocarditis<br />Nephritis <br />Subcutneous abases <br />Lymphedma<br />complication<br />
Erysipelas<br />
erysiplas<br />
Cellulitis <br />
Cellulitis<br />
Investigation <br />Smear <br />Gram stain <br />culture<br />Wbc<br />Imaging <br />MRI , U/S or CT  <br />diagnosis<br />
Stasis eczema <br />Gaintutricaria<br />Insect bite<br />Fixed drug eruption <br />Differential diagnosis <br />
Explaining the condition to the patient<br />Subacetate compressor <br />Local anti biotic<br />Penicillin<br />Erythromyc...
Casee study<br />
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  • 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 And Erysples

    1. 1. Cellulitis<br />erysiples<br />بسم اللة الرحمن الرحيم Omdurman Islamic university<br />
    2. 2. 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 />
    3. 3. 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 />
    4. 4. 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 />
    5. 5. Clinical picture<br />Localization<br /> face <br /> lower extremities<br />gentalia<br />extermties<br />
    6. 6. Septicemia <br />Endocarditis<br />Nephritis <br />Subcutneous abases <br />Lymphedma<br />complication<br />
    7. 7. Erysipelas<br />
    8. 8. erysiplas<br />
    9. 9. Cellulitis <br />
    10. 10. Cellulitis<br />
    11. 11. Investigation <br />Smear <br />Gram stain <br />culture<br />Wbc<br />Imaging <br />MRI , U/S or CT <br />diagnosis<br />
    12. 12. Stasis eczema <br />Gaintutricaria<br />Insect bite<br />Fixed drug eruption <br />Differential diagnosis <br />
    13. 13. 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 />
    14. 14. Casee study<br />

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