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6,777 Possible Causes for Asymptomatic Hyperammonemia (2- to 5-fold Increase), Impetigo, Septicemia

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  • Diabetes Mellitus

    […] complications 250.6x Diabetes with peripheral circulatory complications 250.7x Diabetes with other or unspecified complications 250.8x-250.9x CCS Code CCS Description 2 Septicemia[] Several skin disorders are more common in diabetic patients, particularly those due to infection such as candida and impetigo.[] We report the case of a 67 yr old female who survived severe sepsis due to emphysematous pyelonephritis.[]

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  • Staphylococcus Aureus Infection

    In this case report, we describe the first instance of septicemia caused by an obligately anaerobic Staphylococcus aureus in a human.[] These infections range from impetigo, pustules and boils, to severe surgical infections and bacteremia How does it present in the human body?[] This is the only documented case of systemic septicemia following intra-articular injection.The patient received an intra-articular steroid injection to the left hip under[]

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  • Pharyngitis due to Group A Beta-Hemolytic Streptococcus

    Other serious GABHS infections include septicemia, puerperal sepsis, endocarditis, pneumonia, and empyema. Streptococcal pharyngitis is usually caused by GABHS.[] GAS is a common infection that can cause sore throats (pharyngitis), scarlet fever or impetigo (school sores).[] The spectrum of disease varies from simple noninvasive skin infections to massive septicemia.[]

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  • Streptococcal Infection

    Puerperal Sepsis : Puerperal sepsis, a result of infection by group A streptococci from the contaminated hands of attendants at delivery, was formerly common but with the[] A deeply ulcerated form of streptococcal impetigo, ecthyma, may complicate streptococcal impetigo.[] Although cutaneous infections and pharyngitis are encountered most often, a wide variety of infections—including potentially life-threatening ones, such as septicemia, endocarditis[]

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  • Herpes Gestationis

    […] sensitization 656.1 rubella (conditions classifiable to 056 ) 647.5 rupture salivation (excessive) 646.8 salpingo-oophoritis (conditions classifiable to 614.0 - 614.2 ) 646.6 septicemia[] Bullous pemphigoid Linear IgA disease Dermatitis herpetiformis Epidermolysis bullosa acquisita Bullous or urticarial drug reaction Contact dermatitis Erythema multiforme Impetigo[] .- ) puerperal sepsis ( O85 ) when the reason for maternal care is that the disease is known or suspected to have affected the fetus ( O35 - O36 ) Use Additional code (Chapter[]

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  • Streptococcus Pyogenes

    The most frequent clinical manifestations start with cutaneous septicemias.[] Abstract Streptococcus pyogenes (the Lancefield group A streptococcus) is a cause of pharyngitis and impetigo.[] , scarlet fever, impetigo, and necrotizing fasciitis.[]

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  • Brazilian Pemphigus Foliaceus

    Infection was the most frequent cause of death, and septicemia was found in nine of thirteen cases. The most commonly found organism was S... more[] Bullous impetigo: The bullae of staphylococcal impetigo (pemphigus neonatorum) erupt on normal skin.[] […] disease 4 . 5. in a 5-year-follow-up, all cases of pemphigus (vulgaris and foliaceus) were assessed on clinical development of prednisone side effects: infections (impetigo, septicemia[]

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  • Staphylococcal Infection

    Septicemia: Septicemia with S. aureus occurs in patients with lowered resistance who are in the hospital for other diseases or conditions.[] So, let’s talk about how you can prevent impetigo and how to treat mild cases of impetigo.[] […] dictionary giving the historical origins of each word staphylococci spherical Gram-positive parasitic bacteria that tend to form irregular colonies; some cause boils or septicemia[]

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  • Erysipelas

    However, potential complications include abscess formation, necrotizing fasciitis, septicemia, recurrent infection, and lymphedema.[] ‘Common skin infections include cellulitis, erysipelas, impetigo, folliculitis, and furuncles and carbuncles.’[] In selected cases, acute glomerulonephritis, endocarditis, septicemia, and streptococcal toxic shock syndrome may occur.[]

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  • Cellulitis

    Septicemia is a serious condition since it can result in sepsis, a full-body inflammatory reaction and loss of blood pressure that can become fatal extremely quickly.[] Impetigo Impetigo is a bacterial skin infection that commonly affects young children.[] […] infective (opportunistic) 136.9 septic Lymphangitis 457.2 acute (with abscess or cellulitis) 682.9 Pericellulitis (see also Cellulitis) 682.9 Phlegmon (see also Abscess) 682.9 Sepsis[]

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