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"Acne (comedones are hallmark of dx: closed=blackhead, open=whitehead)
Affects pilosebaceous units of skin.
Lesions that range from non-inflamed comedones to inflammatory papules, pustules, nodules and cysts.
Therapy: many - targets androgens, follicular obstruction"

,,Lesions that range from non-inflamed comedones to inflammatory papules, pustules, nodules and cysts.Therapy: many - targets androgens, follicular obstruction"

"Rosacea, Papules and pustules with a background of erythema affect the central third of the face.Chronic inflammatory disorder affecting the blood vessels and pilosebaceous units of the face.Flares caused by triggers: alcohol and exercise.Four subtypes: 1) Vascular, 2) Papulopustular, 3) Rhinophyma, 4)Ocular.
Therapy: sun screen, azaleic acid, metronidazole; systemic: tetracycline, isotretinoin and Avoid triggers
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..pilosebaceous units of the face.Flares caused by triggers: alcohol and exercise.Four subtypes: 1) Vascular, 2) Papulopustular, 3) Rhinophyma, 4)Ocular.Therapy: sun screen, azaleic acid, metronidazole; systemic: tetracycline, isotretinoin and Avoid triggers

"Rosacea, Papules and pustules with a background of erythema affect the central third of the face.Chronic inflammatory disorder affecting the blood vessels and pilosebaceous units of the face.Flares caused by triggers: alcohol and exercise.Four subtypes: 1) Vascular, 2) Papulopustular, 3) Rhinophyma, 4)Ocular.
Therapy: sun screen, azaleic acid, metronidazole; systemic: tetracycline, isotretinoin and Avoid triggers

Therapy: sun screen, azaleic acid, metronidazole; systemic: tetracycline, isotretinoin and Avoid triggers

"Rosacea, Papules and pustules with a background of erythema affect the central third of the face.Chronic inflammatory disorder affecting the blood vessels and pilosebaceous units of the face.Flares caused by triggers: alcohol and exercise.Four subtypes: 1) Vascular, 2) Papulopustular, 3) Rhinophyma, 4)Ocular.
Therapy: sun screen, azaleic acid, metronidazole; systemic: tetracycline, isotretinoin and Avoid triggers

Therapy: sun screen, azaleic acid, metronidazole; systemic: tetracycline, isotretinoin and Avoid triggers

"Folliculitis"Bacterial infection of hair follicle (S. aureus is the MC cause) Inflammatory reaction in the hair follicle by bacteria, usually seen as a pustule with a central hair. Therapy: Antiseptic cleansers: Betadine or Hibiclens and Antibiotics for more extensive involvement: dicloxacillin"

Therapy: Antiseptic cleansers: Betadine or Hibiclens and Antibiotics for more extensive involvement: dicloxacillin"

"Folliculitis"Bacterial infection of hair follicle (S. aureus is the MC cause) Inflammatory reaction in the hair follicle by bacteria, usually seen as a pustule with a central hair. Therapy: Antiseptic cleansers: Betadine or Hibiclens and Antibiotics for more extensive involvement: dicloxacillin"

Therapy: Antiseptic cleansers: Betadine or Hibiclens and Antibiotics for more extensive involvement: dicloxacillin"

"Impetigo"Characterized by honey-colored crust (S. aureus is the MC cause)
Superficial skin infection caused by G(+) bacteria. Pustules which quickly break to form crusts.
Therapy: General hygiene or Antibiotics - need penicillinase-resistant abx (Cep, Erythro...)"

Therapy:Antibacterial soaps: Lever, Dial, Hibiclens
Change towel/washcloths daily (& don't share) Antibiotics - need penicillinase-resistant Antibiotics (Cephalexin, erythromycin, dicloxacillin mupirocin ointment

"Candidiasis" Moisture is major predisposing factor,Inflammatory reaction in the skin resulting from infection of the epidermis with Candida albicans.Infection appears as a "beefy red" erythematous area with surrounding satellite papules and pustules. Lab: the finding of hyphae and pseudohyphae are diagnostic, use KOH scrapings
Therapy: Topical creams b.i.d.; Systemic antiniotics"

.."beefy red" erythematous area with surrounding satellite papules and pustules. Lab: the finding of hyphae and pseudohyphae are diagnostic, use KOH scrapingsTherapy:Topical cream - apply sparingly 2 x daily.Clotrimazole, Miconazole,,Ketoconazole. Systemic-Ketoconazole 200mg daily,Fluconazole 100mg daily

"Gonococcemia" Gonococcal arthritis-dermatitis syndrome represents a systemic infection characterized by fever, arthralgia, tenosynovitis, septic arthritis and hemorrhagic pustules. Pustules in bacterial sepsis are purpuric"

...and hemorrhagic pustules. Pustules in bacterial sepsis are purpuric"

"Dermatophyte (Kerion)Dermatophytic infection usually of the scalp that is indurated boggy inflammatory plaque studded with pustules. Requires systemic antifungal therapy"

Requires systemic antifungal therapy

"Coccidoidomycosis" Rare deep fungal infection presenting with skin manifestations. Inhalation of spores with subsequent dissemination to skin and other organs. Bx and tissue culture confirm diagnosis"

...Bx and tissue culture confirm diagnosis"

"Subcorneal Pustular Dermatosis
Sterile pustules are the hallmark of subcorneal pustular dermatosis. Characterized by annular or expanding polycyclic collections of pustules on a red base. Flexural accentuation is common. Waxing and waning course. Skin bx confirms dx. Dapsone is tx of choice"

..of pustules on a red base. Flexural accentuation is common. Waxing and waning course. Skin bx confirms dx.Dapsone is tx of choice

Acne

disorder affecting pilosebaceous units in the skin;Lesions that range from non-inflamed comedones to inflammatory papules, pustules, nodules and cysts.Therapy: many - targets androgens, follicular obstruction

pustules

this,_________,represent collections of neutrophils

Rosacea

Paules and pustules with a background of erythema;Eye involvement is common;Treat with topical and/or oral antibiotics;Disease of adults (Primarily);blood vessels and pilosebaceous units of the face;

Folliculitis

Bacterial infection of hair follicle;Staph aureus is the most common cause;Colinization of S. aureus can occur in the nose, axillae and groin;Subcorneal pustule at the opening of a hair follicle

Impetigo

Characterized by honey-colored crust;S. aureus is the most common cause;Hx often starts as a single lesion, then spreads;Other family members often affected. Treat w/oral or topical antibiotics

Candidiasis

"Beefy red" erythema with satellite papules and pustules;Common in setting of diaper dermatitis;Moisture is a major predisposing factor;Excessive skin folds help to provide a moist environment.

Dermatophyte-Kerion

infection usually of the scalp that is indurated boggy inflammatory plaque studded with pustules
Requires systemic antifungal therapy

Coccidiomycosis

Rare deep fungal infection presenting with skin manifestations;
Inhalation of spores with subsequent dissemination to skin and other organs;Large verrucous plaque with pustules
Bx and tissue culture confirm diagnosis

Subcorneal Pustular Dermatosis

Sterile pustules are the hallmark of _____;Characterized by annular or expanding polycyclic collections of pustules on a red base;Flexural accentuation is common;Waxing and waning course;Skin bx confirms dx
Dapsone is tx of choice

Pseudomonas Aeroginosa

What do you catch from hot tubs

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