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"Erysipelas"



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  1. photo Super Guide to Super Foods for Better HealthSuper Guide to Super Foods for Better HealthTreatment
    fevers. Cider in which horse-radish has been steeped has been found helpful in dropsy. Cooked apples make a good local application for sore throat in fevers, inflammation of the eyes, erysipelas, etcRead more
  2. photo Superfood: The Many Health Benefits of Apples (Plus Apple Trivia and Recipes!)Superfood: The Many Health Benefits of Apples (Plus Apple Trivia and Recipes!)Treatment
    . Cooked apples make a good local application for sore throat in fevers, inflammation of the eyes, erysipelas, etc. Stewed apples are laxative; raw ones not invariably so Apples contain flavonoidsRead more
  3. photo What is a cellulitis infection and how to identify itWhat is a cellulitis infection and how to identify itTreatment
    . These symptoms can also be a sign of other types of skin infection, especially erysipelas, which is a disease that affects the most superficial layers of the skin. That is why, you should consultRead more
  4. photo <b>Erysipelas</b>: what is it, photos and it's treatmentErysipelas: what is it, photos and it's treatmentTreatment
    Erysipelas is an infection of the superficial layer of the skin that causes red, inflamed and painful wounds, and develops mainly in the legs, face or arms, although it can appear in any part of theRead more

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Erysipelas

Disease

Erysipelas (/ɛrɨˈsɪpələs/; Greek ἐρυσίπελας—red skin; also known as "Ignis sacer", "holy fire", and "St. Anthony's fire" in some countries) is an acute infection typically with a skin rash, usually on any of the legs and toes, face, arms and fingers. It is an infection of the upper dermis and superficial lymphatics, usually caused by streptococcus bacteria on scratches or otherwise infected...More