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The following Conditions are related to Malaise

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  • Cellulitis

    Antibiotic therapy, either given orally or through an IV (full course, usually 5 to 10 days), is the first line of treatment for Cellulitis. Within three days of starting an antibiotic, let your health care provider know whether the infection responds to treatment.TreatmentFor non-purulent cellulitis: Oral administration of 500 mg cephalexin every 6 hours for a minimum of five days. 300 to 450 mg of Clindamycin, adminis  Read More

  • Erythema multiforme bullosum

    Erythema Multiforme Bullosum can range from mild to severe. The skin rash caused by erythema multiforme minor is typically caused by a modest disease. Mucous membranes may be severely affected by erythema multiforme major, which can be severe mucous membranes, and usually requires more intensive therapy.Risk factors for erythema multiforme bullosumThese are the risk factors involved to Erythema Multifor  Read More

  • Mucha habermann disease

    Mucha Habermann disease is a rare skin disorder, which is a part of a spectrum of disorders called Pityriasis Lichenoides Et Varioliformis Acula.Higher patient age, sepsis, systemic and mucosal involvement, and literature data of 119 FUMHD case reports, were four key unfavorable risk variables relating to a death result.Risk factorsThe affected persons develop hypersensitivity to infectious agents  Read More

  • Nonthrombocytopenic idiopathic purpura

    Nonthrombocytopenic idiopathic purpura is a generally self-limited and inflammatory disease of small blood vessels.In mild conditions, no treatment requires just regular monitoring and platelet checking needed, and without treatment, it improves in children, but in some cases, it takes long-term treatment.In that case, some medications are required and some surgeries are also required.Some medicat  Read More

  • Panniculitis, idiopathic nodular

    Idiopathic nodular panniculitis usually begins gradually. Abnormal bumps or masses (nodules) appear in the fatty layer under the skin (subcutaneous fat) of the legs, thighs and buttocks. In some patients, the arms, abdomen, and/or face may be involved. These nodules are usually 1-2 centimeters wide and may be either painful and tender or painless. In some patients, the affected area may become blue and red (erythema), ulcerated (open sore with  Read More

  • Rosai-dorfman disease

    The symptoms and physical findings associated with Rosai-Dorfman disease vary greatly from one person to another depending upon the extent of the disorder and the specific organ systems affected. Some cases may only affect the lymph nodes and may not cause any serious complications. Less often, some cases may affect various organ systems of the body and may potentially cause serious complications. Any organ system of the body may become affect  Read More

  • Weber-christian disease

    Weber-Christian disease facts Weber-Christian disease is an uncommon inflammatory condition of the fatty tissues of the body. It's a disease of unknown cause. It most commonly affects the thighs and legs of women. It's difficult to treat and may heal with permanent scars. What is Weber-Christian disease?  Weber-Christian disease is an uncommon inflammatory disease of the  Read More