cellulitis


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cellulitis

[‚sel·yə′līd·əs]
(medicine)
Inflammation of connective tissue, especially the loose subcutaneous tissue.
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Arthur Jeng and colleagues, all patients admitted to one hospital over a 3-year period with diffuse cellulitis were studied (Medicine 2010;89:217-26).
In Japan and Europe, the supermicrosurgery procedure has seen that up to 96% of patients have reduced cellulitis episodes while up to 70% have been able to stop using compression garments.
Myroides odoratum cellulitis and bacteremia: a case report.
The antimicrobial drug regimen was changed to amoxicillin (6 g/day) for 14 days; the cellulitis resolved, and the patient was discharged.
After spending 15 years overweight, the 51-yearold contracted painful cellulitis in one of his legs, which caused it to become ulcerated.
However, cellulitis left him with no option but to give up work.
Due to an infection called cellulitis, she hasn't been able to leave her armchair.
I was admitted into A&E with what was originally diagnosed as severe cellulitis but which turned out to be vasculitis, a serious skin condition.
We report an unusual case in which a 28-year-old woman presented with a long-standing history of ear discharge, hearing loss, facial weakness with ipsilateral facial swelling and cellulitis, a postauricularfistula, and an abscess of the temporozygomatic, infratemporal, and parotid areas.