Wednesday, March 23rd, 2011

Abscess is a pus accumulation, commonly resulted from a bacterial infection. When bacteria invades healthy tissues, the infection spreads through the region. Some cells die and disintegrate. Infected cells and fluid accumulates white blood cells, which defend the body against infections and white blood cells die after engulfing bacteria. The dead white blood cell accumulates […]


Tuesday, March 22nd, 2011

Tularemia (deer fly fever, rabbit fever) is a medical condition in which tularemia bacterial infection is resulted from the bacterium, called Francisella Tularensis. Individuals may get infected with Francisella Tularensis by touching or eating infected animals. Such bacterium may include unbroken skin. Tularemia also spreads when animal tissue bacteria become inhaled and airborne, and it […]

Skin Abscess

Tuesday, March 15th, 2011

Skin Abscess (also called Cutaneous abscess) is a pus collections, resulted from a bacterial infection. Abscess commonly forms when a minor injury of skin is allows bacteria to become visible on the person’s skin to penetrate and result in an infection. Skin Abscess appears as a tender, painful, swollen area that can feel as it […]

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