are the causative agents of erysipeloid
, which is an occupational infection in humans.
Classical signs and numerous atypical forms have been described, such as annular, chancriform, acute paronychial, palmoplantar, zosteriform, and erysipeloid
(1, 3, 7-9).
After enrollment, participants were evaluated with a questionnaire seeking information on birth place, inherited genetic and rheumatologic diseases, history of apendectomy and having any of the Tel-Hashomer criteria (peritonitis, arthritis, scrotal inflammation, chest pain, erysipeloid
skin eruptions, or myalgia).
1] Initial skin presentation varies as nodule or papule, telangiectatic, erysipeloid
, en cuirasse, alopecia neoplastica, zosteriform.
Episodes last 12-72 hours, and clinical features include an erysipeloid
rash and inflammation of various membranes, causing abdominal, chest or joint pain (serositis of the peritoneum, pleura or synovia, respectively).
Workers at an unhygienic fish market are susceptible to infectious diseases such as brucellosis, erysipeloid
, leptospirosis, dermatophytoses and warts.
1) Streptococcus iniae infections are characterized by impetigo and cellulitis, and Erysipelothrix rhusthopathiae infections cause erysipeloid
However, it may occasionally present with atypical presentations, such as with a zosteriform pattern, as hyperkeratotic psoriasiform, as eczematoid, or as erysipeloid
, lupoid, sporotrichoid, nodular, warty, impetiginized, and acneiform lesions.
No other rare form like erysipeloid
, eczematous, whitlow, lupoid or zosteriform was seen.
dermatitis is infective, with an erythematous-oedematous appearance.
is a disease of traumatized skin consisting of fever, vesicles of the hands and feet, and inflammation of the mucous membranes caused by Erysipelothrix rhusiopathiae (from the Greek words erythros for red, pella for skin, thrix for hair).