microbial attack (skin)
breach, systemic infection, toxin-mediated
flat,red; local inflamm immune response, infiltrating leukocytes
raised,red; more inflamm (neighbors):
small blister; microbes invade epithelium
microbe grows in epithelium (wart)
abscess formation (skin)
boils/carbuncles -> folliculitis (infection, hair follicle)
spreading infections (skin)
bullous, crusted, pustular eruption of skin
dermal lympathics blockage (face, legs, feet)
necrotizing infection (skin)
fasciitis, gangrene, myonecrosis
inflamm response to infection of soft tissue below dermis
most common skin infection, intense inflamm
strips of cocci
clusters of cocci
staphylococcus aureus (2-4 days)
staph aureus (treatment, general)
methicillin-susceptible staph aureus
methicillin-resistant staph aureus
vancomycin, linezolid, quinopristin-dalfoprisin, daptomycin
staph aureus (treatment, reccurent)
mupirocin (nasal cream)
staph aureus (disease)
scalded skin syndrome, toxic shock syndrome
scalded skin syndrome
staph aureus, blisters, overlying skin lost, underlying skin normal
toxic shock syndrome (TSS)
staph aureus, fever/hypotension/macular erthematous rash -> desquam soles/palms
toxic shock syndrome (toxin)
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