Gangrene

Tuesday, March 22nd, 2011

A gangrene of the skin is the death of tissue, generally associated with the loss of blood supply to the damaged part, followed by invasion of bacteria. Gangrene is caused by an infection resulted from clostridia and in some cases, from other bacterias. Clostridia¬† is a type of bacteria, known as anaerobic bacteria, which grows […]

Pemphigus

Wednesday, March 9th, 2011

Pemphigus is not a common condition; in some cases, this is in fact a fatal disease, where bullae (blisters) of different sizes, break out on the penis covering, skin, the vagina, mouth lining, and other membranes. Pemphigus develops most frequently in elderly or middle age individuals. Pemphigus rarely develops in children. The disease is resulted […]

Erythema Multiforme

Sunday, March 6th, 2011

Erythema Multiforme is a medical disorder, in which patches of raised, red skin frequently appear like targets and are commonly distributed symmetrically over the person’s body. Possibly, more than 50% of cases are resulted from the herpes simplex. In the remaining cases, possible causes may include any medications (for example, barbiturates, sulfa antibiotics, and penicillins), […]

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