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Erythema necrolyticum migrans L99.8 Dermatology
...igrans; Fifth obligatory cutaneous paraneoplasia; impetigo circinata; Necrolytic migratory erythema; Paraneo...
Glomerulonephritis acute postinfectious N08.0 Internal medicine
...c infections of the mouth and throat (angina tonsillaris, pharyngitis), skin and bones (erysipelas, impetigo, possibly osteomyelitis, etc.).Also possible in cases of bacterial endocarditis, infections of vent...
Pyoderma L08.00 Dermatology
Pyoderma Definition Acute or chronic infection of the epidermis (impetigo contagiosa) and possibly also of the various skin appendages (infection of the hair follicles = fol...
Streptococcus B95.- Microbiology
...ci) Subungual splinter hemorrhages (as a sign of streptococcal sepsis)Osler's nodulesJaneway's spotsImpetigo contagiosa, small vesicularStreptococcal dermatitis, perianalScarlet fe ver:scarlet angina caused b...
Streptococcus pyogenes Microbiology
...of these diseases is highly dependent on personal hygiene and associated with socio-economic status.Impetigo contagiosa: Impetigo contagiosa is a superficial skin infection that commonly occurs on the face (e...
Bacteriae Microbiology
...eptospiraStaphylococciStaphylococcus aureus (invasive infections such as boils, carbuncles, bullous impetigo, wound infection, sinusitis, otitis media, sepsis, septic shock, endocarditis (after heart valve re...
Bulla repens L03.01 Dermatology
...al form of an acute paronychia. Bulla repens can also be described as a special form of (blistered) Impetigo contagiosa on the groin skin. Pathogen Staphylococcus aureus, rarely strep. Etiopathogenesis The cl...
Fox, william tilbury Dermatology
...llan and Thomas Bateman, whose textbook he republished in 1877.1864 First description of contagious impetigo and dyshidrosis. Literature Fox WT (1864) On impetigo contagiosa or porrigo. Brit Med J 1: 467Fox W...
Otitis externa H60.91 Dermatology
...on! Can be completely asympotmatically diseased!), the typical rim-evoked, centrally faded plaques. Impetigo contagiosa: in the case of impetigo caused by group A streptococci (GAS) (especially in small child...
Perianal streptococcal dermatitis L30.3 Dermatology
...ching and defecation pain. Bloody stool deposits in 30-40% of cases.There is often association with impetigo in other parts of the body.Rare picture of balanitis or vulvovaginitis. Diagnosis Clinic, smear and...
Perl├Ęche (overview) K13.0 Dermatology
...andidamyceticus, s.a. candidosis of the oral mucosa)Streptococci, staphylococci (e.g. in contagious impetigo), often mixed floraIn case of unilateral perl├Ęche especially syphilis (see below syphilis)Mechanica...
Pustulose acute generalized exanthematic L27.0 Dermatology
...of larger and flaccid pustules - hypopyon formation is indicated). Entity is increasingly disputed!Impetigo herpetiformis (occurrence in the last trimester of pregnancy)Pityrosporum folliculitis (always foll...
Tinea faciei B35.06 Dermatology
...cea; facial granuloma; cutaneous lupus erythematosus; atopic eczema; psoriasis vulgaris; contagious impetigo. Therapy According to the Tinea corporis. Note(s) Experience shows that a systemic therapy is neces...
Wolf's isotopic response Dermatology
...es in the area previously affected by disease may be of various natures. Zosteriform infestation of:Impetigo contagiosa following previous zoster (Cohen PR 2015).Zosteriform lichen planus (Lora V et al 2014)....
Zoonoses (overview) A20-28 Dermatology
...ushi feverBartonellosis:Q feverVerruga peruana (Oroya fever)Erysipeloid Staphylococcal infections ( Impetigo contagiosa)Streptococcus infections ( Impetigo contagiosa)Mycotic zoonoses of dermatological releva...
Aa table of contents A1 Dermatology
...to 08 Infections of the skin and subcutaneous tissueL00 - Staphylococcal scaled skin syndromeL01 - ImpetigoL01.0 Contagious impetigo (non follicular pyoderma)L01 - Folliculitis (follicular pyoderma)L01.1 Sup...
Acantholysis Dermatology
...cell death of the epithelial cells, e.g. in viral vesicles (herpes simplex), bacterial infections ( impetigo) or in the case of malignant degeneration (e.g. spinocellular carcinoma).
Acropustulose infantile L44.4 Dermatology
...tory neonatal pustular melanosis (similar clinical picture, lesional pigmentation is characteristic)Impetigo contagiosa (detection of the pathogens)Syphilis connata (extremely rare today; serological detectio...
Acute paronychia L03.0 Dermatology
...rsing, etc. Note(s) The superficial vesicular form of acute paronychia is a special form of bullous impetigo which is characterized by the topography. It is also known as bulla repens (or bulla roden or circu...
Benhamiae trichophyton Dermatology
...015)Tinea faciei caused by Trichophyton mentagrophytes (molecular type Arthroderma benhamiae mimics impetigo: a case report and literature review of cases in Japan. Med Mycol J 56:E1-5.Kupsch C et al (2017) D...
Candida folliculitis B37.2 Dermatology
...gen detection (native and cultural) from crusts and from depilated whiskers. Differential diagnosis Impetigo contagiosa: lack of mycological evidence of Candida speciesTinea barbae: mostly extensive infestati...
Celsus, aulus cornelius Dermatology
...tinea capitis), sykosis (folliculitis barbae), acrochordon (stem wart), alphos (vitiligo), scabies, impetigo. Celsus also recommends the unpurified wool fat as a therapeutic agent. Celsus carried out the exti...
Chloramphenicol Dermatology
...ococcus spp., Rickettsia spp., Staph. aureus, Yersinia pestis. Indication Cream/Ointment: Pyoderma, impetigo, impetiginized dermatoses and eczema.Eye drops/ointment: conjunctivitis or keratitis with chloramph...
Dermatoses, pustular of the newborn je nach Krankheitsbild Dermatology
...-Siwe disease).Infectious pustular dermatoses (not life-threatening):Skabies, neonatal (at any time)Impetigo, neonatal (at any time)Pityrosporum folliculitis of the infant (syn.:neonatal zephale pustulose; ac...
Diaper dermatitis L22 Dermatology
...hing and defecation pain. Bloody stool deposits in 30-40% of cases. There is often association with impetigo in other parts of the body. Diagnosis: Clinical, smear and bacterial culture. The diagnosis is ofte...