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Andreas Benedikt Weins, Tilo Biedermann, Tina Weiss, Johannes Martin Weiss
Das Wells-Syndrom, auch als eosinophile Zellulitis bezeichnet, ist eine seltene, sporadisch auftretende eosinophile Dermatose mit polymorphem klinischem Bild. Als typisch gelten entzündliche Erytheme oder Plaques an den Extremitäten, die initial als Erysipel imponieren können, unter antimikrobieller Behandlung aber persistieren. Die eosinophile Zellulitis ist eine Ausschlussdiagnose, die in Zusammenschau von klinischem Befund und charakteristischem histologischem Bild (Flammenfiguren) nur im Verlauf gestellt werden kann...
October 2016: Journal der Deutschen Dermatologischen Gesellschaft, Journal of the German Society of Dermatology: JDDG
Cord Sunderkötter, Karsten Becker
Haut - und Weichgewebeinfektionen gehören weltweit zu den häufigsten Infektionen. Das klassische Erysipel ist eine nicht-eitrige Infektion, verursacht durch beta-hämolysierende Streptokokken. Es ist klinisch gut diagnostizierbar, wenn die Haut ansonsten unverändert ist, anhand der Kombination aus einem überwärmten, schmerzhaften, hellroten Erythem mit glänzender Oberfläche sowie zungenförmigen Ausläufern und einer initial vorliegenden Allgemeinsymptomatik mit Fieber oder zumindest Frösteln. Das Erysipel spricht immer und am besten auf Penicillin an...
June 2015: Journal der Deutschen Dermatologischen Gesellschaft, Journal of the German Society of Dermatology: JDDG
M Röllinghoff, K-S Delank, W F Haupt, P Eysel
We present the clinical case of a fifty-year-old man who presented two times with a foot elevator paresis and an erysipel first on the right and after two months on the left side. Afterwards, we carried out a thorough case history with the help of clinical, radiological and magnetic resonance imaging. Even so the clinical pathology of the foot elevator paresis could not be manifested. A compartment syndrome could be discounted. In the context of the second stay during a neurology examination on both legs electromyography was performed and the nerve speed was tested...
November 2006: Zeitschrift Für Orthopädie und Ihre Grenzgebiete
J Devaux, P Belaube, G Garcin, T Gamby, Y Privat
Méditerranean Periodic Disease is frequently encountered in non-aschenazic Jews and in Armenians. Aside from the classic triad of pseudo-palustral febrile crises, paroxysms of abdominal and articular pain, and a biological syndrome of inflammation; cutaneous manifestations were noted in 25 to 35% of the cases according to various authors. The most commonly encountered lesions consisted of erysipel-like plaques and subcutaneous nodules. We observed the case of a 47 years old Armenian male, afflicted with Mediterranean Periodic Disease for 30 years in which the dermatologic symptoms are quite classic aside from a vitiligo having progressively appeared since 15 years...
December 18, 1980: La Semaine des Hôpitaux: Organe Fondé Par L'Association D'enseignement Médical des Hôpitaux de Paris
D M Tserentsian
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
March 1974: Klinicheskaia Khirurgiia
W Peuckert
Since the discovery of streptococci by the surgeon of Vienna, Theodor Billroth, more than 100 years ago, they have proved to be a bacterial group of great medical and epidemiological importance. The classification in growth-characteristics on blood culture mediums (alpha-, beta- and gamma-hemolysis) has been detached by the evidence of group specific cell wall antigens. The antigene extraction described by Lancefield can distinguish at least 21 serogroups (A-T). They have also taken over the historical names (S...
January 1985: Klinische Pädiatrie
V V Mirashkin
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October 1976: Sovetskaia Meditsina
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