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180 Possible Causes for Localized Edema, Toxic Shock Syndrome

  • Cellulitis

    Physical Assessment  Local symptoms:  Erythema and edema of area  Warm to touch,  Possibly fluctuant (tense, firm to palpation)  May resemble peau d’orange  Advancing[] shock syndrome, erysipelas, abscess, felon, paronychia, and gouty arthritis.[] Classification D ICD - 10 : L03.3 v t e Bacterial skin disease ( L00–L08, 680–686 ) Gram ve Firmicutes Staphylococcus Staphylococcal scalded skin syndrome Impetigo Toxic shock[]

  • Necrotizing Fasciitis

    […] following features can occur with cellulitis, they may instead suggest necrotizing fasciitis: Rapid progression Poor therapeutic response Blistering necrosis Cyanosis Extreme local[] shock syndrome (TSS), and multiple organ failure.[] : - acute gangrene: at level of fascia, streptococci pyogenes, produces acute gangrene, a form of necrotizing fascitis; - initially there is rapid onset of marked tissue edema[]

  • Erysipelas

    Local signs of inflammation warmth, edema, tenderness are universal. 18.[] In selected cases, acute glomerulonephritis, endocarditis, septicemia, and streptococcal toxic shock syndrome may occur.[] shock syndrome Treatment IV and PO penicillin Erythromycin can be used in those with penicillin allergies Treatment requires 10 - 14 days of antibiotics; no scarring occurs[]

  • Subcutaneous Abscess

    […] swelling and a positive indication is obtained by needle puncture. subcutaneous edema accumulation of edema in subcutaneous tissues, usually of the dependent parts.[] Staphylococcus aureus (including staphylococcal toxic shock syndrome). In: Bennett JE, Dolin R, Blaser MJ, eds.[] Synonym(s): hypodermic (1). [ sub- L. cutis, skin] subcutaneous beneath the layers of the skin. subcutaneous abscess the commonest site of an abscess; causes local pain and[]

  • Furunculosis

    Such diseases include food poisoning , septic shock , toxic shock syndrome , and scalded skin syndrome . [11] Almost any organ system can be infected by S. aureus .[]

  • Human Bite

    The first known case of toxic shock syndrome resulting from a human bite is reported.[] […] reflux, edema on the forearm, flictenas on dorsum of hand and forearm, exacerbated pain at finger mobilization, and decrease in distal sensibility (median nerve territory[] At ED, clinical observation secretion through a small injury on the dorsal aspect of the proximal phalanx of 3 finger in left hand; increase of local temperature, slow capillary[]

  • Osteomyelitis

    Septic appearance with no localized findings 3. Diffuse, edema, erythema, warmth and swelling of a limb 4.[] Two of the most severe invasive GAS infections are necrotizing fasciitis or flesh-eating bacteria (destruction of muscle tissue and fat) and toxic shock syndrome (a rapidly[] Acute Osteomyelitis Acute Osteomyelitis is typically accompanied by both systemic and local signs of acute inflammation.[]

  • Bacterial Arthritis

    In addition, CT is more sensitive than plain radiography in the imaging of joint space widening due to localized edema, bone erosions, foci of osteitis, and scleroses.[] ., toxic shock syndrome toxin 1 [TSST-1]).[] However, swelling of capsule and soft tissue around the affected joint, fat pad displacement, and in some cases joint space widening due to localized edema and effusion may[]

  • Erysipeloid

    Some patients may experience an asymptomatic course of the disease, but burning, itching or throbbing pain at the site of skin injury followed by edema, erythema, and localized[] shock syndrome 2128 Toxocariasis 2131 Toxoplasmosis 2135 Trachoma 2139 Trichinosis 2141 Trichomoniasis 2144 Trichuriasis 2147 Trypanosomiasis African 2149 Tuberculosis 2154[] Streptococcus suis infection Strongyloidiasis Subdural empyema Suppurative parotitis Syphilis Taeniasis Tetanus Thelaziasis Tickborne encephalitis Toxic shock syndrome Toxocariasis[]

  • Exfoliative Dermatitis

    It was also associated with facial and pedal edema.[] In toxic shock syndrome (TSS), subepidermal blister formation has been described and a new toxin, epidermal toxin, which causes subepidermal cleavage in the newborn mouse[] shock syndrome • Discontinue all unnecessary medications • Monitor fluid balance and body temperature • Maintain acceptable room temperature • Soothing bath • Compression[]

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