The unexpected efficacy of wide-spectrum antimicrobial treatments for HS (9,11,41) highly suggests that these bacteria are partly causative agents for suppurative hidradenitis
and should be considered to be treatment targets.
Among all the chronic inflammatory cutaneous disorders, severe hidradenitis
suppurativa is at or near the top of the list of those that adversely affect quality of life.
Tsianos EV, Dalekos GN, Tzermias C, Merkouropoulos M, Hatzis J: Hidradenitis
suppurativa in Crohn's disease.
A In general terms, early hidradenitis
suppurativa is usually treated medically, whereas hidradenitis
suppurativa that has been going for a long time may need surgery.
A 22-year-old male presented with a 5-year history of hidradenitis
suppurativa (HS) and acne vulgaris.
Hic sivilce sikayeti olmayan hasta, 10 yildir aksilla ve inguinal bolgeye lokalize hidradenitis
suppurativa tanisiyla izleniyormus.
The condition, which causes sore patches, has been dubbed PlayStation palmar hidradenitis
London, February 25 (ANI): UK skin specialists have warned that excessive use of video game consoles can lead to a skin disorder, dubbed PlayStation palmar hidradenitis
In 1994, Mary Jane Renzi, a 48-year-old public school teacher, was diagnosed with hidradenitis
(inflammation of the sweat gland in the armpit), but a diagnostic mammogram the next year revealed that she actually had breast cancer.
Clinically, lesions are often misdiagnosed as a contact allergy to deodorants, superinfected atopic dermatitis (eczema herpeticum), intertrigo, tinea infections, and hidradenitis
He was finally diagnosed with the chronic inflammatory skin disease Hidradenitis
Suppurativa, which affects areas of the body where there is skin-to-skin contact.
2002; Folliculitis Cellulitis Garcia Fernandez, Pedragosa Jove, & Castells Rodellas, 1999 Common agent of Balaban & Rasooly, food poisoning 2000 Staphylococcus Skin lesions Akiyama, Kanzaki, epidermidis Tada, & Arata, 1998 Staphylococcus Purulent skin lesions Stulberg, Penrod, & hominis Blatney, 2002 Hidradenitis
suppurativa Jemec, Faber, Gutschik, & Wendelboe, 1996 Contaminants of catheters Wilkins & Patzakis, 1990 Staphylococcus Wound infections Hernandez et al.