Recognising and treating bacterial cutaneous infections
There are myriad different cutaneous infections, each often with variable presentations. This article will concentrate on those commonly seen in the developed world. If someone presents with unusual skin problems on return from exotic travels, the differential diagnosis will expand enormously, although the infections described here will still be the most common cause of the problem. Sexually transmitted diseases and rarer infections mostly seen in the immunocompromised are not included in this article.
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Document Type: Review Article
Publication date: March 1, 2011
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