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    79 Possible Causes for Honey Colored Crust in USA

    • Skin Infection

      Symptoms of Eczema-Related Skin Infections Symptoms of a staph infection of the skin may include one or more of the following: Pus-producing lesions Yellow-orange or honey-colored[] You may experience tenderness, itching, sores, or blisters that can rupture and form honey-colored crusts.[] Impetigo usually features large blisters that may ooze fluid and develop a honey-colored crust.[]

    • Impetigo
      Honey-Colored Crust

      After several days, the blisters and pustules rupture and weep, forming the classic honey-colored crusts.[] When these blisters pop they will then demonstrate the same honey colored crust.[] The lesion then ruptures and the fluid drains, leaving areas that are covered with honey-colored crusts.[]

    • Streptococcal Infection

    • Bullous Impetigo

      Honey colored crust forming around ruptured blisters 3.[] Honey-colored crust is characteristic of bullous and nonbullous impetigo.[] […] to bacterial invasion through minor breaks in skin, or secondary infection of preexisting dermatosis or infestation Bullous form of impetigo has confluent pustules with honey-colored[]

    • Impetigo Neonatorum

      Honey-colored crusts secondary to rupture of vesicopustules are seen in the nasal area of a child, an area commonly co...[] […] nose or at site of trauma Physical Exam Tender red macule or papule as early lesion Thin-roofed vesicle to bullae: Usually nontender Pustules Weeping, shallow, red ulcer Honey-colored[] Nonbullous Impetigo In nonbullous impetigo, a tiny pustule or honey-colored crusted plaque with rapid spread, occasional pruritus, and regional lymphadenopathy may follow[]

    • Subcorneal Pustular Dermatosis

      […] proximal extremities, intertriginous areas; direct immunofluorescence shows immunoglobulin A deposition in the epidermis Impetigo Localized vesicles that rupture to form honey-colored[] On presentation, he was pyrexial and the lip was found to be acutely inflamed with honey-colored crusting, pustular lesions, and induration .[] crusts.[]

    • Infective Eczematoid Dermatitis

    • Transient Neonatal Pustular Melanosis

      Staphylococcal pyoderma • S. aureus can directly infect the skin, resulting in pyoderma • Characterized by pustules, erythematous papules, and honey-colored crusts • usually[]

    • Eczema

    • Allergic Rhinitis

      If you have impetigo, honey-colored crusts may form on the open areas of your skin.[]

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