Search Results for: dissecting cellulitis

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Therapeutic Strategies in Dermatology

Erysipelas/Cellulitis: Key Points

…rysipelas of the face). Rapidly progressive disease, cellulitis that complicates preexisting edema of the lower extremities, cellulitis with significant neutrophilia, and cellulitis in immunosuppressed, diabetic, and neutropenic patients requires…

Therapeutic Strategies in Dermatology

Erysipelas/Cellulitis: Treatment

…the full course to prevent both emergence of resistant strains and recurrent infections. Pitfalls Bilateral lower extremity cellulitis is highly uncommon; an alternative diagnosis should be considered. Cellulitis or erysipelas in the absence of…

Therapeutic Strategies in Dermatology

Venous Stasis: Key Points

…n of subsequent recurrences. An important diagnostic consideration in the management of stasis dermatitis is lower extremity cellulitis. Cellulitis is typically unilateral, whereas stasis dermatitis is classically bilateral. Cellulitis is commonly…

Therapeutic Strategies in Dermatology

Erysipelas/Cellulitis: References

…L, Cotliar J, Fox LP, Hughey L, Shinkai K, Gee SN, Kroshinsky D (2015) Inpatient dermatology consultation aids diagnosis of cellulitis among hospitalized patients: a multi-institutional analysis, JAAD, 73:70-75. Williams HC, Crook AM, Mason JM,…

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Hidradenitis Suppurativa: Key Points

…obesity, smoking, and Crohn’s disease. Additional cutaneous associations include acne, pilonidal cyst, acne conglobata, and dissecting cellulitis of the scalp (also known as the follicular occlusion tetrad). Lesions of HS must be monitored for…

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Venous Stasis: Initial Evaluation

…Initial Evaluation Differential diagnosis Necrobiosis lipoidica Leukocytoclastic vasculitis Cellulitis Note: Cellulitis tends to be unilateral, not bilateral, and is accompanied by signs of systemic infection, such as fever and leukocytosis….

A Clinical Atlas of 101 Common Skin Diseases

Acne Vulgaris

A disease of infundibulosebaceous units, especially infundibula, that may manifest itself solely as noninflammatory lesions, i.e., comedones and intact cysts, or as inflammatory lesions, i.e., papules, nodules, and pustules. The process may resolve…

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Alopecia: Key Points

…ing, counseling Neutrophilic scarring alopecia Due to scalp inflammation Types: tufted folliculitis, folliculitis decalvans, dissecting cellulitis of the scalp, dermatophytic folliculitis Scalp inflammation by either neutrophils results in scarring…

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