Results for "erysipelas"

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Erysipelas, mucosal erysipelas A46.x Dermatology
Erysipelas, mucosal erysipelas Definition Rare erysipelas in the mucous membrane area with blistering, fever a...
Erysipelas A46 Dermatology
Cellulite; erysipelas; Erysipelas; Erysipelas gangrenous; Erysipelas ph...
Erysipelas Definition Frequent, acute, less frequently chronically recurrent, febrile, possibly accompanied by...
Recurrent erysipelas A46 Vascular medicine
Chronic erysipelas; Erysipelas recidivans; recurrent celulitis; recu...
Recurrent erysipelas Definition Erysipelas recurring at irregular intervals. Etiopathogenesis Congenital or acquired lym...
Recurrent erysipelas A46 Dermatology
Chronic erysipelas; Erysipelas recidivans; recurrent celulitis; recu...
Recurrent erysipelas Definition Erysipelas recurring at irregular intervals. Etiopathogenesis Congenital or acquired lym...
Erysipelas bullous Dermatology
Bullous erysipelas; Erysipelas vesiculosum et bullosum
Erysipelas bullous Definition Acute, severe, bacterial, vesicular and blistering local infection of the lympha...
Erysipelas carcinomatosum C80.x2 Dermatology
Erysipelas carcinomatosum Definition Extensive penetration of the skin with tumor cells through metastasis, es...
Erysipelas melanomatosum C80.x Dermatology
Erysipelas melanomatosum Definition Analogous to Erysipelas carcinomatosum with similar clinical aspect in lym...
Erysipelas Vascular medicine
Erysipelas Go to Erysipelas
Erysipelas gangrenous Dermatology
Erysipelas gangrenous Go to Erysipelas
Erysipelas, phlegmatic Dermatology
Erysipelas, phlegmatic Go to Erysipelas
Mucosal erysipelas Dermatology
Mucosal erysipelas Go to Erysipelas
Erysipelas A46 Internal medicine
Erysipelas
Erysipelas gangraenosum genitalium Dermatology
Erysipelas gangraenosum genitalium Go to Gangraena acuta genitalium
Erysipelas infection of humans Dermatology
Erysipelas infection of humans Go to Erysipeloid
Erysipeloid A26.0 Dermatology
Erysipelas infection of humans; Erythema migrans; Fish-handl...
...is arcuately bordered by the active zones of progression. Centrally, healing occurs. In contrast to erysipelas, the flame-like margins are absent, as is the acuity of erysipelas with painful lymphadenitis. Conc...
Fournier gangrene N49.8 Dermatology
Acute ulcerative genital gangrene; Erysipelas gangraenosum genitalium; Fournier gangrene; Fourn...
...nsive care) surgical intervention. Etiopathogenesis Unclear, possible infection with streptococci ( Erysipelas gangraenosum genitalium, Erysipelas genitalium), fusiform bacteria, spirochetes etc. Possibly Sanar...
Fasciitis necrotizing M72.6 Vascular medicine
Erysipelas gangraenosum; necrotic fasciitis; necrotizing fas...
Skin metastases C79.8 Dermatology
...ccompanying inflammatory tissue reaction, diffusely spreading lymphangiosis carcinomatosa is termed erysipelas carcinomatosum.In >90% of patients, the tumor disease is already known when skin metastases appe...
Ulcer, posterysipelomatous A46.x Dermatology
...Definition Irregular ulcer up to the size of the palm of the hand after acute or chronic recurrent erysipelas. S.a.u. Erysipelas, recurrent. Localization Mainly located on the proximal half of the lower leg. G...
Cellulite eosinophils L98.3 Dermatology
...eep red solid plaques is the leading clinical symptom. Initially the clinical picture may remind of erysipelas (fever in 1/4 of the cases).Recurrent course is possible. Later phases are more reminiscent of morp...
Dermatoliposclerosis I83.1 Dermatology
...iency by consistent compression therapy. Differential diagnosis Clinical:Acute dermatoliposclerosis:Erysipelas (acute erysipelas is accompanied by hyperthermia, fever, painful lymphadenitis, leukocytosis and el...
Lymphangitis acuta L03.9 Vascular medicine
...2-3 days. Clin.: Red, pressure-painful stripe on the skin along the lymphatic tract.Leading symph. Erysipelas; lymphangiosis carcinomatosaLocal: Extremities, trunk.Acute complication.: Progressive infection wi...
Lymphangitis acuta L03.9 Dermatology
...2-3 days. Clin.: Red, pressure-painful stripe on the skin along the lymphatic tract.Leading symph. Erysipelas; lymphangiosis carcinomatosaLocal: Extremities, trunk.Acute complication.: Progressive infection wi...
Melkersson-rosenthal syndrome G51.2 Dermatology
...the swelling area.Hist.: mostly unspecific granulomatous fibrosing dermatitis.DD. Quincke's edema, erysipelas, Crohn's disease.Therapy: Triamcinolone injections, alternatively dapsone; operative reduction of t...
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.