Tag: Pathological features of cellulitis

Cellulitis : Pathological features, Clinical features , Treatment

Cellulitis : Pathological features, Clinical features , Treatment

Cellulitis : Pathological features, Clinical features , Treatment Cellulitis is the presence of actively dividing infectious bacteria within the tissues of the skin. Pathological features Skin entry by pathogenic bacteria (e.g. scratch, ulcer, hair follicle). Gram-positive cocci (e.g. Strep pyogenes, Staphy aureus). Usually heals by resolution if treated promptly. Spread may result in lymphangitis; suppuration […]

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