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ecthyma

(ˈɛkθɪmə)
n, pl -mata (-mətə)
(Pathology) pathol a local inflammation of the skin characterized by flat ulcerating pustules
[C19: from New Latin, from Greek ekthuma pustule, from ekthuein to break out, from ek- out + thuein to seethe]
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ecthyma

n ectima m
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Clinical examination at hospital admission revealed jaundice, bilateral thrombocytopenic purpura of the thighs and calves, two indurated oval purple lesions (0.5 cm in diameter) suggestive for ecthyma gangrenosum, on the anterointernal side of the left calf, abdominal spider angioma and spontaneous bleeding (epistaxis, melena, bleeding gums and rectorrhagia.
Ecthyma gangrenosum (EG) is a rare skin lesion usually found in neutropenic, immunocompromised patients with underlying hematological malignancies and patients after bone marrow transplantation [1, 2].
They most frequently lead to clinical tables such as; pharyngitis, tonsillitis, red skin and soft tissue infections (impetigo, ecthyma, erysipelas), streptococcal toxic shock syndrome and rarely cause pneumonia, empyema, endocarditis, pericarditis, omphalitis, cellulitis and myositis.
maltophilia is the metastatic cellulitis, primary cellulitis, infected mucocutaneous ulcers and ecthyma gangrenosum (1,8-10).
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Orf (Ecthyma contagiosum) is a zoonotic infection caused by Parapoxvirus, which is transmitted to human via sheep.
Impetigo and ecthyma tend to occur in the first few days after tattooing at the tattoo site, and are caused by unsterile instruments.
For the high GC content PCR, we used an Orf virus isolated during an outbreak of contagious ecthyma as a positive control.
Contagious ecthyma, rangiferine brucellosis, and lungworm infection in a muskox (Ovibos moschatus) from the Canadian Arctic, 2014.
Seven lambs died of "other" causes (chronic peritonitis/contagious ecthyma, reticulorumenitis, septicemia, trauma, perforated ulcers, unknown; Table 1).
It is the etiological agent of contagious ecthyma (CE), a severe exanthematic dermatitis that affects domestic and wild small ruminants [2].