Results for "erysipelas"

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Carcinomatous lymphangiosis C80.x Dermatology
...atures Extensive, rough infiltration and reddening of the skin with tongue-shaped runners. See also Erysipelas carcinomatosum. Therapy According to the Erysipelas carcinomatosum.
Carcinosis cutis C79.2 Dermatology
...us penetration of the skin, which occurs primarily in breast cancer. A distinction is made between: Erysipelas carcinomatosum and Carcinoma teleangiectaticum. Therapy S.u. Erysipelas carcinomatosum, Carcinoma t...
Chronic venous insufficiency (overview) I87.2 Vascular medicine
...nd colour duplex sonography Verl/Prog.: favourable with consequent decongestion therapyComplicated. Erysipelas, contact dermatitis. DD. Leg edema of other origin, chronic recurrent erysipelas, lymphedema, ulcus...
Erythema L53.91 Dermatology
...scribed in connection with various clinical pictures.Erythema (large spots, homogeneous), solitary: erysipelas; erysipeloid; tinea corporis; acute dermatitis, allergic; dermatitis solaris; actinic dermatitis; d...
Etanercept Dermatology
...oma, erythema, itching, pain, swelling), which are usually reversible.Infections such as abscesses, erysipelas (also afebrile!) bacteremia, bronchitis, herpes zoster, wound infections, especially in patients wi...
Glomerulonephritis acute postinfectious N08.0 Internal medicine
...streptogenic infections of the mouth and throat (angina tonsillaris, pharyngitis), skin and bones (erysipelas, impetigo, possibly osteomyelitis, etc.).Also possible in cases of bacterial endocarditis, infectio...
Hydrotherapy Dermatology
...Raynaud's syndrome- moist compresses, e.g. for: weeping wounds, weeping eczema, dermatitis solaris, erysipelas medium irritation:- rising partial baths, e.g. in: circulatory disorders, resistant tinea unguium,...
Hypodermitis L94.0 Vascular medicine
...table signs of CVI with all possible complications (up to venous leg ulcer). Differential diagnosis Erysipelas: Acute, lesionally painful, high fever (usually chills), flaming, overheated, sharply defined eryth...
Lymphoedema praecox I89.0 Vascular medicine
.../forecast Chronic progressive course. Rarely spontaneous regression. Deterioration due to recurrent erysipelas (erysipelas recidivans).
Lymphostatic fibrosclerosis of the skin organ L98.8 Vascular medicine
...widened collagen bundles with immured adnexa. Complication(s) maceration, recurrent bacterial (e.g. erysipelas) or mycotic (tinea, yeast infections) infections In particular erysipelas tend to recurrent courses...
Mediterranean fever, familial R50.9 Dermatology
...ever, seizure-like serositis (abdominal cavity, pleura), arthritis, orchitis and possibly volatile, erysipelas-like exanthema. Occurrence/Epidemiology More than 10,000 patients are affected worldwide. The disea...
Otitis externa H60.91 Dermatology
...e; resistant to therapy; search for other manifestations of seborrheic dermatitis. Acute or chronic erysipelas: skin reddened, auricle swollen, painfulness, feeling of illness and lymphadenopathy in acute erysi...
Recurrent polychondritis M94.1 Dermatology
...atoid factor neg.; no detection of collagen II antibodies. Course: At first the diagnosis is mainly erysipelas. Cave! Typical misdiagnosis. Therapy: Trial with 5 million IU penicillin G sine effectu 3 times/day...
Streptococcus B95.- Microbiology
...strains producing a pyrogenic ("erythrogenic") exotoxin.Skin infections: Typical representative is erysipelas (group A), besides superficial skin infections such as pyoderma, e.g. impetigo contagiosa.Necrotizi...
Vulvitis erysipelatosa acuta O86.8 Dermatology
Vulvitis erysipelatosa acuta Definition Erysipelas of the vulva, usually in the postpartum. Therapy S.u. Erysipelas.
Zoster B02.9 Dermatology
...ess and tinnitus with or without hearing loss = Ramsay-Hunt Syndrome DD. Herpes simplex; varicella; erysipelas Progn. good, if no complications occur, healing within 14 days.Note: in contrast to the herpes simp...
Absssi Dermatology
...d Drug Administration (FDA), uncomplicated ABSSI includes simple abscesses, boils and uncomplicated erysipelas (cellulitis),The complicated category (cSSSIs) includes infections that either affect deeper soft t...
Acrodermatitis chronica atrophicans L90.4 Dermatology
...nly lower extremity affected, almost exclusively bilateral, brown colour, possible ulcer formation. Erysipelas: acute course, fever, painfulness, painful lymphadenitis, leucocytosis, CRP significantly increased...
Acropathia ulcero-mutilans non-familiaris M89.8 Dermatology
...antiasis-like tissue hypertrophy, oedematous and verrucous changes, pachydermia, frequent recurrent erysipelas. Laboratory Anemia, dysproteinemia. Differential diagnosis Acropathia ulcero-mutilans familiaris. T...
Acute idiopathic scrotal edema T78.4 Internal medicine
...hydrocele characteristic clinical findings; Doppler sonography findings; Bacterial infections (e.g. erysipelas, scrotal phlegmons). Therapy If necessary, bed rest and analgesics are recommended. Progression/for...
Angioedema (overview) T78.3 Allergology
...ension Complicated. Shortness of breath, circulatory failure... DD. Acute contact dermatitis, acute erysipelasProg. Danger of relapsetherapy: antihistamines, glucocorticoids, adrenalin Differential diagnosis Al...
Angiosarcoma (overview) C44.- Dermatology
...nical picture, whose unspectacular first symptoms are confused with inflammatory diseases (rosacea, erysipelas). Histology Angiosarcomas consist of proliferating atypical endothelia with varying degrees of diff...
Antibiotics, advice on therapy Internal medicine
...s into question (wound, endocarditis, pneumonia, urinary tract infection, gynaecological infection, erysipelas, etc.)?Was the infection acquired inside or outside the hospital?Was the patient abroad?How long ha...
Artifacts L98.1 Dermatology
...degenerative hand eczema and exsiccosis of the skin through neurotic washing compulsion, recurrent erysipelas of the nose and ear region through habitual sharp-edged manipulation.Often it is a combination of d...
Artifacts L98.1 Dermatology
...degenerative hand eczema and exsiccosis of the skin through neurotic washing compulsion, recurrent erysipelas of the nose and ear region through habitual sharp-edged manipulation.Often it is a combination of d...