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453 Possible Causes for Cellulitis, Paronychia

  • Skin Infection

    Erysipeloid Mycobacterium marinum skin infection Vibrio vulnificus infection Dishwasher Poultry processor Cannery processor Bartender Work continuously with wet hands Candida paronychia[] Skin on the face or lower legs is most commonly affected by this infection, though cellulitis can occur on any part of the body.[] Paronychia A skin infection around a fingernail or toenail.[]

  • Pseudomonas Infection

    Cellulitis and osteomyelitis are common complications. Thermal burn wounds. If eschar is present, Pseudomonas bacteria can populate beneath this protected layer.[] (mallei) (pseudomallei) as the cause of diseases classified elsewhere Approximate Synonyms Arthritis due to Pseudomonas Bacterial infection due to Pseudomonas Bacterial paronychia[] Campylobacterales Campylobacter jejuni Campylobacteriosis , Guillain–Barré syndrome Helicobacter pylori Peptic ulcer , MALT lymphoma , Gastric cancer Helicobacter cinaedi Helicobacter cellulitis[]

  • Herpetic Whitlow

    Acute paronychia and periungual felon may look like herpetic whitlow.[] A diagnosis of cellulitis was made and she was started on oral antibiotics, and bacterial swabs were taken.[] Cellulitis infection can spread through the body very quickly.[]

  • Candidiasis

    C. albicans was most frequently associated with onychomycosis, paronychia and endophthalmitis; C. parapsilosis was the second most rated yeast.[] To treat acute pulpar alveolar cellulitis (an infection of the connective tissue lining the root canal), removal of decayed and foreign matter from the mucous surfaces, rinsing[] Nail Candidiasis Paronychia and onychomycosis affect the nails of fingers and toes.[]

  • Bacterial Infections

    […] urticarial rashes, erythema multiforme , mucositis and rarely, SJS/TEN Pseudomonas aeruginosa causes wound infections, athlete's foot , gram negative folliculitis , chronic paronychia[] Several studies now support outpatient treatment of many serious bacterial infections in children, such as periorbital or buccal cellulitis, urinary tract infection, pneumonia[] Multiforme Fifth Disease Genital Herpes Hand, Foot, and Mouth Disease Hives (Urticaria) Impetigo Infections That Pets Carry Lyme Disease Measles Molluscum Contagiosum Oral Thrush Paronychia[]

  • Diabetes Mellitus

    She developed facial cellulitis that was treated with clarithromycin and a month later, once the infection was resolved, she was found to have persistent hyperglycaemia, and[]

  • Candida Albicans

    […] therapies, and those with acquired immunodeficiency syndrome [AIDS] are especially susceptible to severe candidal infections); nail fold C. albicans infection causes chronic paronychia[] Seven clinical isolates of C. albicans (keratitis-6 and orbital cellulitis-1) were evaluated.[] […] in culture and in tissues and exudates SECTION II - HEALTH HAZARD PATHOGENICITY: Mycosis of superficial layers of skin or mucous membranes (oral thrush, vulvovaginitis, paronychia[]

  • Cellulitis

    […] phlegmasia cerulea dolens, necrotizing fasciitis, flexor tenosynovitis, fight bite (closed fist injury), orbital cellulitis, toxic shock syndrome, erysipelas, abscess, felon, paronychia[] Secondary Cellulitis This form of cellulitis occurs due to infection in a patient already suffering from a temporary ailment.[] The diagnosis of cellulitis should be made only after a thorough evaluation of all possible differential diagnoses.[]

  • Sweet Syndrome

    Staphylococcus aureus was isolated from the finger paronychia.[] The clinicopathologic features in our 3 cases best correspond to a widespread giant cellulitis-like form of Sweet syndrome.[] Several differential diagnoses were further discussed; the first was an acute infectious cellulitis.[]

  • Staphylococcus Aureus Infection

    […] year-old male patient who admitted for fever, respiratory distress and hip pain and was identified with necrotizing pneumonia with septic pulmonary embolism, psoas abscess, cellulitis[] In all patients, fever and systemic erythema without hemodynamic disturbance occurred following cellulitis of the lower limbs.[] S. aureus is capable of infecting nearly every tissue in the body resulting in cellulitis, pneumonia, osteomyelitis, endocarditis, brain abscesses, bacteremia, and more.[]

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