A cutaneous, pustular eruption, not attended with fever; usually, a kind of eczema with pustulation.
a highly contagious skin infection caused by bacteria, usually occurring around the nose and mouth; commonly occurring in children
A superficial skin infection, commonly occurring on the face. This contagious bacterial skin infection, usually of children, is characterized by the eruption of superficial pustules and the formation of thick yellow crusts.
is a contagious infection of the skin caused by bacteria. It is characterized by a yellow crust that covers red, moist, and weeping patches of skin, this infection is most commonly seen in children.
a contagious skin disorder characterized by pustular eruptions
a very contagious infection of the skin; common in children; localized redness develops into small blisters that gradually crust and erode
a very common skin infection
A skin infection characterized by pus-filled blisters. As of now, no terms for here
an infectious disease of the skin caused by the streptococcus or staphylococcus germs and characterized by “stuck-on,” honey-colored crusts.
The homeless are vulnerable to bullous and non-bullous impetigo. It also occurs when breaks in the skin allow bacteria to enter. However, the skin does not have to break to develop impetigo. Complicated impetigo may result in cellulitis.
A highly contagious skin disease in babies & young children, usually located on the face
Contagious skin disease characterized by pustules
1. a contagious pyoderma caused by direct inoculation of group A streptococci or Staphylococcus aureus into superficial cutaneous abrasions or compromised skin, most commonly seen in children, usually located on the face, especially about the nose and mouth, and characterized by the presence of discrete fragile vesicles surrounded by an erythematous border that become pustular and rupture to discharge a thin, ambercolored seropurulent fluid that dries and forms a thick yellowish crust; the pustules may spread peripherally with central healing, evolving into annular, circinate, or gyrate patterns. Called also i. contagiosa, i. vulgaris, and streptococcal i. 2. i. bullosa. Dorland's Illustrated Medical Dictionary 27th edition; entry for impetigo. A common superficial bacterial infection caused by STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS or group A betahemolytic streptococci. Characteristics include pustular lesions that rupture and discharge a thin, ambercolored fluid that dries and forms a crust. This condition is commonly located on the face, especially about the mouth and nose.
a bacterial, infectious disease in which the skin erupts with sores filled with pus.
A bacterial infection common to children; it is highly contagious and spreads easily. It causes itchy red skin lesions that crust over.
A strep skin infection caused by the staphylococcus or, more rarely, streptococcus bacteria. The first sign of impetigo is a patch of red, itchy skin. Pustules develop on this area, soon forming crusty, yellow-brown sores that can spread to cover entire areas of the face, arms, and other body parts. Most patients are children. Treatment is by topical antibiotics.
Inflammation with isolated pustules which become crusty and rupture. Usually around mouth and nostrils. Caused by bacteria.
inflammatory skin disease with scattered pustules that crust and rupture; usually caused by staph or strep infection
is a bacterial skin infection characterized by small pus-filled blisters that form honey-yellow crusts. Using an antibacterial soap such as Hebiclens or ointment such as Polysporin can treat early impetigo. See you Dermatologist or physician is symptoms continue.
a bacterial skin infection characterized by microscopic, pus-filled blisters.
A skin infection due to the Staphylococcus bacterium, it forms scabs and has a 'honey-crust' appearance.
Contagious skin disease charac terized by pustules.
Skin infection characterized by erupting sores. Caused by staphylococcus or streptococcus bacteria.