Dermatology - Infections

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Dermatology - Infections by Mind Map: Dermatology - Infections

1. Fungal

1.1. Cryptococcus

1.1.1. Affects immunosuppressed patients

1.1.2. Pic (face of man)

1.2. Tinea corporis

1.2.1. (=dermatophytosis)

1.2.2. Causes a ringworm-like lesion

1.2.3. Pic (scalp of baby)

1.2.4. Spread from guinea-pigs, cows etc

2. Bacterial

2.1. Impetigo

2.1.1. Pic (Bullous I. /Back of girl)

2.1.2. Non-bullous I

2.1.2.1. Group A Strep or Staph Aureus

2.1.2.2. Starts in skin crack

2.1.2.2.1. Usually face / limbs

2.1.2.3. Pustulas -> Breaks -> Honeycolored crusts

2.1.3. Bullous I

2.1.3.1. Always Staph Aureus!

2.1.3.2. Erupts anywhere on body

2.1.3.3. Bullae -> Breaks -> Red sores

3. Viral

3.1. Herpes Simplex

3.1.1. Pic (leg of child)

3.2. Herpes Zoster

3.2.1. Pic (scalp of girl)

3.3. Fifth disease

3.3.1. Parvovirus B19

3.3.1.1. "Slapped cheek syndrome"

3.3.2. No treatment exists!

3.3.2.1. IV globulins to immunosuppressed

3.3.3. Pic (hands, 9yo girl)

3.3.3.1. Pic (small boy)

3.3.3.1.1. Pic (girl face)

4. Tropical

5. Parasites

5.1. Amoebasis

5.1.1. Entamoeba Histolytica

5.1.2. Pic (abscess /immunosuppressed)

5.1.2.1. Pic (abscess 2)

5.1.2.1.1. Pic (abscess 3)

5.1.3. Pic (Lifecycle)