Clinical manifestations of erysipelas
- Body heat is high enough (children with convulsions can), headache, malaise and vomiting.
- Lesions in the skin: an elevated erythematous macula with clear boundaries, can have vesicles on it. Felt the heat and pain. Localization is usually in the abdominal wall (the baby), face, head and lower limb (children) and the lower limbs, face, ears (adults)
In patients who are immunologically abnormalities, clinical symptoms are not typical of her reddish mass is reduced. Initially characterized by constitutional symptoms such as fever, chills, headache, vomiting, and joint pain. Skin layer is the epidermis and dermis were attacked. The disease is preceded by trauma, therefore usually ditungkai predilection place down.
Primary skin disorder is eritemia bright red, demarcated, and elevated edges with signs of acute inflammation. Can be accompanied by edema, vesicles and bullae. If untreated it will spread into the surrounding mainly piroksimal.