Flashcards in Bacterial Infections Deck (6)
_____________ are an infection of a hair follicle which spreads to the surrounding dermis, commonly on face, neck and back, with one exit point.
_____________ are a collection of furuncles, which coalesce into a large infected mass with multiple exit points.
_____________ is a common (mostly in children), superficial infection caused by staph, initially appearing as a small vesicle which ruptures and spreads.
____________ is the ulcerative form of impetigo.
Name the deep infection affecting the dermis and subcutaneous tissue, often associated with fish handling, swimming, animal bites or scratches?