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255 Possible Causes for Hemorrhagic Bullae

  • Skin Infection

    Cellulitis with hemorrhagic bullae, leg ulcers, infected callosity and abscess were observed. The infective organism could be isolated in 17 patients.[]

  • Lichen Sclerosus

    We present a 63-year-old woman with extensive extragenital, ivory-colored, atrophic plaques on her trunk and extremities and disseminated hemorrhagic bullae.[] , bullae.[] Lichenoid infiltrate and dilated vessels underlying a hemorrhagic subepidermal bulla. (Original magnification, X125.)[]

  • Purpura Fulminans

    Extensive purpuric, reticulated plaques with central necrosis and hemorrhagic bullae on the abdomen (A) and lower left leg extending onto the thigh (B).[] Extensive areas of purpura, ecchymosis and skin necrosis with hemorrhagic blebs and disrupted bullae, involving the left lower extremity.[] bullae - black necrotic lesions and gangrene May involve heart, kidneys, and lungs Treatment Neonatal Purpura Fulminans Fresh Frozen Plasma (FFP) (see Fresh Frozen Plasma[]

  • Streptococcal Infection

    […] that contain hemorrhagic fluid.[] […] yellow or hemorrhagic fluid appear.[] Necrotizing fasciitis rapidly progresses from erythema to bullae formation and necrosis of skin and subcutaneous tissue. Streptococcus group A infections.[]

  • Streptococcus Pyogenes

    bullae, crepitus and tissue destruction) are some of the more serious complications involving S. pyogenes infections (1, 6-8).[] bullae, crepitus and tissue destruction) are some of the more serious complications involving S. pyogenes infections ( 1 , 6 - 8 ) .[] […] urinary sediment abnormalties and severe kidney pain) and necrotizing fasciitis (rapid and progressive infection of subcutaneous tissue, massive systematic inflammation, hemorrhagic[]

  • Amegakaryocytic Thrombocytopenia

    On physical examination, petechiae were noted on the extremities and abdominal wall and hemorrhagic bulla on the soft palate. No hepatosplenomegaly was observed.[]

  • Morphea

    To the contrary, all of our cases showed hemorrhagic content in the bullae, which suggests local trauma as a mechanism involved in bulla formation.[] Ivory-white plaques with shiny/wrinkled surface and FOLLICULAR PLUGGING, most commonly seen on upper back, neck, chest, and breasts; occasionally hemorrhagic bullae can develop[] Although lymphangiectases have been suggested as the most likely mechanism for the development of the bullae in cases of morphea, none of the cases presented with lymphangiectases[]

  • Protein C Deficiency

    Multiple hemorrhagic skin bullae were found at birth on various parts of the body with bilateral leukocoria, organized vitreous hemorrhage, retinal detachment, and intracranial[]

  • Gas Gangrene

    bullae " dishwater pus" discharge crepitus altered mental status Imaging Radiographs findings linear streaks of gas in soft tissues Studies Labs Elevated LDH Elevated WBC[] Other signs and symptoms include tenderness, swelling, massive edema, crepitus, tachycardia, skin discoloration with hemorrhagic blebs and bullae, and fruity odor.[] […] occlusion of large vessels tachycardia not explained by fever feeling of impending doom Physical exam sweet smelling odor swelling, edema, discoloration and ecchymosis blebs and hemorrhagic[]

  • Wound Infection

    […] patient is febrile, has hemorrhagic bullae, or has any sign of sepsis Necrotic tissue should be debrided; severe cases may require fasciotomy or limb amputation Antibiotic[] The surrounding tissue and muscle becomes necrotic resulting in skin discoloration and the formation of hemorrhagic bullae .[] Culture of wound or hemorrhagic bullae is recommended, and all V. vulnificus isolates should be forwarded to a public health laboratory Blood cultures are recommended if the[]

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