Necrotizing Cellulitis : Cellulitis

Necrotizing Cellulitis : Cellulitis

Cellulitis Of The FaceCellulitis is a disease caused due to bacterial infection. Bacteria such as streptococcus and s ..... Necrotizing Cellulitis similar to other Cellulitis is a type of skin infection. Necrotizing Cellulitis and necrotizing fasciitis are severe forms of Cellulitis. The necrotizing is derived from the word necrosis which means the death of infected tissue. Most of the skin infections or Cellulitis does not result in death of skin and nearby tissues. However sometimes it is seen that bacterial infection can cause small blood vessels in the infected area to clot. This clotting of blood vessels can cause the tissue fed by these vessels to die from lack of blood. There is lack of blood in this area because the body''s immune defenses that travel through the bloodstream can no longer reach this area of body. Some necrotizing skin infections originate at cracked wounds, mainly wounds that are infected with dirt and debris. Some other infections may begin in surgical incisions. The Cellulitis can even originate on healthy skin. Necrotizing Cellulitis can spreads rapidly and may be difficult to control. If this Cellulitis is not controlled at the right time the death can be the result.The symptoms of the necrotizing Cellulitis may begin just as for normal Cellulitis. The skin of the diseased may look pale at first, but rapidly becomes red or bronze and warm to the touch. The skin sometimes becomes swollen. After some time the skin may turns violet. This change is often accompanied with the development of large fluid-filled blisters. The fluid from these wounds is normally brown, watery, and sometimes fouls smelling. Some types of infection produce gas. The gas generates bubbles under the skin and sometimes in the wound themselves. This can cause the skin to feel crackly when pressed. The person suffering from necrotizing Cellulitis normally feels very ill and has a fever. The patient may show a rapid heart rate, and mental deterioration ranging from perplexity to unconsciousness.There are mainly two methods are used for the treatment for necrotizing Cellulitis. First is antibiotic treatment, but antibiotic treatment is not very successful. The other treatment is surgical treatment. In the surgical treatment large amounts of skin, tissue, and muscle must often be removed. The overall death rate in this disease is about 30%. The older people who have reached an advanced stage have a poorer outcome.Septal CellulitisThe orbital cellulitis is also known as septal cellulitis. Orbital cellulitis is an inflammation and .....

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