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281 Possible Causes for Bacterial Skin Disease, Folliculitis

  • Rosacea

    Acne vulgaris (commonly referred to as acne) is a common skin disease in which hair follicles become clogged with dead skin and oils resulting in inflammation.[] A skin biopsy is useful when other diagnoses such as lupus or chronic folliculitis are being considered. 1, 8 Approach to the patient with rosacea Educating the patient about[] IMAGES Rosacea See pictures of Rosacea and other bacterial skin infections See Images Source: iStock What is the treatment for rosacea?[]

  • Acne Vulgaris

    Acne vulgaris is a ubiquitary skin disease characterized by chronic inflammation of the pilosebaceous unit resulting from bacterial colonization of hair follicles by Propionibacterium[] The history and pathophysiology of gram-negative folliculitis in the setting of acne vulgaris is reviewed.[] Acne vulgaris (commonly referred to as acne) is a common skin disease in which hair follicles become clogged with dead skin and oils resulting in inflammation.[]

  • Skin Infection

    Bacterial Skin Infections Acne isn't the only bacterial skin infection featured in this collection. Bacterial skin diseases cover a wide range of conditions.[] Folliculitis Jodi Jacobson/Getty Images Folliculitis is a relatively common infection of the hair follicles .[] Abstract Bacterial skin and soft tissue infections are abundant worldwide and many are caused by Staphylococcus aureus.[]

  • Impetigo

    Remember Impetigo is a highly contagious bacterial skin disease. The condition is dangerous for newborn babies. Impetigo can be treated with antibiotics.[] Folliculitis caused by contamination of undertreated water in a hot tub or whirlpool.[] Scabies is a skin disease that, through secondary bacterial skin infection (impetigo), can lead to serious complications such as septicaemia, renal disease, and rheumatic[]

  • Eosinophilic Pustular Folliculitis

    Immunodeficiency appears to lead to increased risk of allergic-type skin diseases.[] Abstract Eosinophilic pustular folliculitis is a rare condition with no known cause.[] This condition, caused by bacterial infection, spreads by direct skin- to-skin contact. Sharing towels, razors, clothes or undergarments can also transmit the disease.[]

  • Furunculosis

    Furunculosis Furunculosis is a serious bacterial disease found predominantly in salmonids. Fish infected with the disease develop boils and blisters on their skin.[] Pityrosporum folliculitis Occlusive folliculitis Occlusive folliculitis arises because of excessive emollient use.[] disease of salmon and trout.[]

  • Hidradenitis Suppurativa

    Occurrences of bacterial infections and cellulites (deep tissue inflammation) are likely at these sites.[] Herein we report two cases of HS revealed by disseminate recurrent folliculitis.[] Rubbing skin causes friction, increases perspiration and bacterial growth. While weight loss will not cure the disease, it may very well improve a person's symptoms.[]

  • Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus Aureus Infection

    diseases, bacterial or soft tissue infections or skin and soft tissue infections, and incidence .[] CA-MRSA mainly presents with: Bacterial folliculitis Boils Impetigo .[] Your doctor might refer to these infections as cellulitis, boils, furuncles, pustules, folliculitis, impetigo, or abscesses.[]

  • Behçet Disease

    […] immunologic and viral/bacterial triggers are suspected.[] Leukocytoclastic vasculitis and panniculitis Also superficial and deep perivascular infiltrates of lymphocytes and neutrophils Some vessels contain thrombi Also suppurative folliculitis[] Drain Fire Dry Dampness Resolve toxicity Herb Formulas Points GB-34, LIV-2, SP-9, ST-44 With a fever : LI-11 With lower limb edema : REN-3, SP-6 With pustules, vesicles or folliculitis[]

  • Folliculitis

    PMID 17927781. v t e Diseases of the skin and subcutaneous tissue ( integumentary system ) ( L, 680-709 ) Infections Bacterial skin disease Staphylococcus ( Staphylococcal[] folliculitis.[] View/Print Table TABLE 1 Descriptions of Bacterial Skin Infections Disease Description Carbuncle A network of furuncles connected by sinus tracts Cellulitis Painful, erythematous[]

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