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*  Nocardia infections | definition of Nocardia infections by Medical dictionary
It can cause pneumonia, often with cavitation, and chronic abscesses in the brain and subcutaneous tissues, and it can cause ... The organism enters via the respiratory tract and spreads by the bloodstream, especially in those who are immunocompromised ... The bacteria can enter the human body when a person inhales contaminated dust. Less often, people can pick up the bacteria in ... Nocardiosis is caused by a bacterium of the Nocardia species-usually N. asteroides, an organism that is normally found in the ...
  https://medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/Nocardia+infections
*  Erysipelas - Wikipedia
Erysipelas does not affect subcutaneous tissue. It does not release pus, only serum or serous fluid. Subcutaneous edema may ... is a potentially deadly exacerbation of the infection if it spreads to deeper tissue. Fatal, in order of death Archibald ... The rash is due to an exotoxin, not the Streptococcus bacteria, and is found in areas where no symptoms are present; e.g., the ... The disease prognosis includes: Spread of infection to other areas of body can occur through the bloodstream (bacteremia), ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Erysipelas
*  Necrotizing Fasciitis (Synergistic Necrotizing Cellulitis, Fournier's Gangrene, Hemolytic Streptococcal gangrene, Meleney's...
Infection spreads rapidly through the subcutaneous tissue planes, but is often less readily apparent on the skin surface, thus ... Once bacteria access the subcutaneous tissues they proliferate and spread through the fascial layers.The specific mechanisms of ... Tissue necrosis and release of organisms and bacterial toxins into the bloodstream contribute to development of sepsis syndrome ... Subcutaneous tissues and fascia of the neck and floor of the mouth. Submandibular space of the neck and floor of the mouth. ...
  https://www.clinicalpainadvisor.com/dermatology/necrotizing-fasciitis-synergistic-necrotizing-cellulitis-fourniers-gangrene-hemolytic-streptococcal-gangrene-meleneys-ulcer-suppurative-fasciitis-ludwigs-angina/article/589844/
*  Problems with the umbilical cord - Renal and Urology News
Left untreated, the bacteria spreads to the subcutaneous tissue, and the abdomen becomes extremely tender to palpation. ... Pathogenic bacteria can infect and enter the blood stream through the umbilical vessels. In developing countries, hygienic cord ... Bacteria colonize the umbilical stump soon after birth; during tissue necrosis, bacterial growth is promoted and the vessels ... Bacteria propagate in the devitalized tissues of the umbilical cord stump; this infection prevents obliteration of the ...
  http://www.renalandurologynews.com/pediatrics/problems-with-the-umbilical-cord/article/622685/
*  infections associated with lymphedema [Lymphedema People]
Cellulitis is an acute deep infection of the skin involving the dermis and subcutaneous tissue. Bacteria usually gain access to ... Further the infection spreads with the bloodstream over the system. After convalescence the body develops persistent immunity ... Bacteria are introduced into the deep tissues by stepping on a nail. In a neutropenic patient, P. aeruginosa infections also ... epidermal vs dermal vs soft-tissue) and the actual infected tissue (skin or soft tissue vs skin appendices). ...
  http://lymphedemapeople.com/wiki/doku.php?id=infections_associated_with_lymphedema
*  Cellulitis - North Kansas City Hospital, Kansas City, MO
Discusses how bacteria can get into the body through cuts, scrapes, and broken skin. Covers symptoms. Discusses treatment with ... Pasternack MS, Morton NS (2015). Cellulitis, necrotizing fasciitis, and subcutaneous tissue infections. In JE Bennett et al., ... If the infection spreads, you may have a fever, chills, and swollen lymph nodes. ... you may need to be treated in a hospital so that you can get IV antibiotics directly into your bloodstream, along with any ...
  http://www.nkch.org/patients-visitors/health-library/healthwise-document-viewer/?id=tr5105
*  Cancer Glossary - What is Chemotherapy, Hepatitis B, C, What is Leukemia, Mesothelioma & more
Subcutaneous injection. Into the fatty tissue under the skin.. Interferon. A naturally produced chemical released by the body ... A type of white blood cell that kills bacteria.. Guaiac test. A test that checks for hidden blood in the stool.. H. Hematocrit ... A device that delivers measured amounts of fluids or medications into the bloodstream over a period of time.. Injection Pushing ... To spread from the first cancer site, for example, breast cancer that spreads to the bone.. Monoclonal antibodies. Artificially ...
  http://meds.com/glossary.html
*  Staph Infections
But the bacteria can get into wounds and cause an infection. Get the details in this article for teens. ... Staph bacteria can live harmlessly on many skin surfaces. ... the bacteria move from a break in the skin into the bloodstream ... If a minor infection gets worse - for example, you start feeling feverish or ill, or the area spreads and gets very red and hot ... Cellulitis (pronounced: sell-yuh-LYE-tus) is an infection involving the skin and areas of tissue below the skin surface. It ...
  http://kidshealth.org/LAWW/en/teens/staph.html
*  Respiratory Bacterial Infection in Rabbits
In some cases the bacteria can enter the bloodstream, leading to a condition of bacteremia. An infection of the blood fluid may ... It may also cause abscesses in the subcutaneous (beneath the top layer of skin) tissues, bone, joints, or internal organs in ... Head tilt, shaking head, and scratching at the ears if the infection spreads to the ears or the brain/nerves ... The pasteurella bacteria usually co-exist in the rabbit's body with other, more common bacteria that cause nasal infections. ...
  https://m.petmd.com/rabbit/conditions/respiratory/c_rb_pasteurellosis
*  Epidemic equine cellulitis | definition of epidemic equine cellulitis by Medical dictionary
... bacteria growing in the blood stream), meningitis (brain and spinal cord infection), tissue death (necrosis), and/or ... Inflammation of subcutaneous, loose connective tissue (formerly called cellular tissue).. cellulitis. /cel·lu·li·tis/ (-li´tis ... n a diffuse inflammatory process that spreads along fascial planes and through tissue spaces without gross suppuration.. ... Inflammation of subcutaneous, loose connective tissue (formerly called cellular tissue).. cellulitis. (sel?yu-lit'is ) [ ...
  https://medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/epidemic+equine+cellulitis
*  Blood Poisoning | Encyclopedia.com
... occurs when the bloodstream becomes infected by bacteria (i.e., staphylococci, streptococci) or fungi introduced through a ... If bacteria continue to multiply in the bloodstream and the condition progresses to septic shock, blood pressure plummets and ... skin irregularities, such as subcutaneous red lines, swelling, bleeding under the skin, or necrosis (tissue death) ... Septicemia is an extremely dangerous disorder because it spreads rapidly throughout the body. ...
  https://www.encyclopedia.com/medicine/diseases-and-conditions/pathology/blood-poisoning
*  Surgical Infection Flashcards by Jim J Bullock | Brainscape
... strangulation of tissues with excessively tight sutures; necrotic tissue or excessive local tissue destruction; long operations ... Subcutaneous abscess centered around a subcutaneous stitch, which is a foreign body.. Treat with drainage and stitch removal. ... Positive nitrite (from bacteria), positive leukocyte esterase (from WBC), > 10 WBC/HPF, presence of bacteria (supportive) ... Must be in adequate levels in the blood stream prior to the surgical incision ...
  https://www.brainscape.com/flashcards/surgical-infection-2224520/packs/3906238
*  Abscesses - Shop-N-Kart
Rarely, bacteria from a boil may enter the bloodstream and travel to other parts of the body. The spreading infection, commonly ... Cystic acne affects deeper skin tissue than inflammation on the skin commonly seen in acne. Cystic acne is most common on the ... MRSA is highly contagious and spreads rapidly in crowded or un-hygienic situations or where athletic equipment or towels are ... subcutaneous (under the skin) abscesses, and tooth abscesses. ... These bacteria, which normally inhabit the skin and sometimes ...
  http://www.livingnaturally.com/ns/DisplayMonograph.asp?storeID=5250D9800C6649E4B5A87F198270D11E&%20DocID=arnica
*  Clostridial Disease of Sheep and Cattle - Vet in Training
Bacteria invade the intestines, multiply and release toxins into the bloodstream. This causes fatal toxaemia. The bacteria are ... death of tissue). Jaundice may be present from slight to pronounced severity. Widespread subcutaneous haemorrhages are seen ... In some cases the infection spreads into a form of peritonitis with blood tinged fluid in the abdominal cavity and perforated ... Tissue trauma of the muscles - are important triggers of the disease. · The bacteria spores in the muscle - cause local ...
  http://vetstudentresearch.blogspot.com/2015/05/clostridial-disease-of-sheep-and-cattle.html
*  Schenck disease | definition of Schenck disease by Medical dictionary
It is usually characterized by skin ulcers and subcutaneous nodules along lymphatic channels. It rarely spreads to involve ... most commonly characterized by nodular lesions of the cutaneous and subcutaneous tissues and adjacent lymphatics that suppurate ... Acidophilus - The bacteria Lactobacillus acidophilus, usually found in yogurt.. Bacterial osteomyelitis - An infection of the ... ulcerate, and drain; it may remain localized or be disseminated by the bloodstream.. sporotrichosis. (spôr′ə-trĭ-kō′sĭs). n.. A ...
  http://medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/Schenck+disease
*  Adenovirus infection | definition of Adenovirus infection by Medical dictionary
Bacteria may also invade tissues, damage cells, trigger systemic inflammatory responses, and release toxins (in a pathogenic or ... The virus spreads from one person to another as a result of exposure to blood (as in transfusions) and other body fluids ... Q. Yeast infection in bloodstream How to get rid of yeast infection systemically.. A. there are several treatments and ... tunnel infection subcutaneous infection of an artificial passage into the body that has been kept patent. ...
  https://medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/Adenovirus+infection
*  Canine parvovirus - Wikipedia
Following ingestion, the virus replicates in the lymphoid tissue in the throat, and then spreads to the bloodstream. From there ... Anaerobic bacteria that normally reside in the intestines can then cross into the bloodstream, a process known as translocation ... Note that the outpatient dogs received initial intravenous fluid resuscitation, and had aggressive subcutaneous fluid therapy ... The most common bacteria involved in severe cases are Clostridium, Campylobacter and Salmonella species. This can lead to a ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canine_parvovirus
*  Deforming arthritis | definition of deforming arthritis by Medical dictionary
... formation of a layer of granulation tissue (pannus) that erodes and destroys the cartilage and eventually spreads to contiguous ... The most common pathogen for those 16 to 40 years old is Neisseria gonorrhoeae; other common bacteria include Staphylococcus ... Subcutaneous nodule formation and elevated serum rheumatoid factor levels are common. Patients typically complain of joint ... n an arthritis caused by direct invasion and subsequent infection of joint structures by microorganisms from the bloodstream. ...
  https://medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/deforming+arthritis
*  Pasteurella in Rabbits - CHICAGO EXOTICS ANIMAL HOSPITAL
Once the bacteria becomes established in the nasal passages, the infection spreads to nearby tissues. Spreading hematogenously ... abscesses of subcutaneous tissues or internal organs, bones, joints, and genitalia. Affected rabbits present with audible ... bacterial infection that goes to the bloodstream and spreads through the entire body) more often. One of Pasteurella's ... Pasteurella is a gram negative rod bacteria. It is an opportunistic bacteria when in the body, which means that the bacteria is ...
  http://www.exoticpetvet.com/pasteurella-in-rabbits.html
*  Vetmeduni Vienna : Press release 05-27-2014 - The secret cargo of mosquitoes
The parasite Dirofilaria repens is a roundworm that primarily attacks the subcutaneous tissue of dogs and causes lumps in the ... In the skin the larvae mate and form so-called new microfilaria, which then reach the dog's bloodstream. Mosquitoes in Austria ... The adoption of pets from abroad also spreads parasites into Austria. Global warming is, according to Silbermayr, no crucial ... Investigating the "underground" habitat of Listeria bacteria. *Lymphatic fluid used for first time to detect bovine ...
  https://www.vetmeduni.ac.at/en/infoservice/presseinformation/press-releases-2014/press-release-05-27-2014-the-secret-cargo-of-mosquitoes/
*  Course Content - #48851: Pressure Ulcers: Pathogenesis and Management - NetCE
In the stage 3 injury, there is penetration into subcutaneous tissue but not through fascia; fat tissue may be visible, but ... When bacteria present in the wound enter the bloodstream, systemic inflammatory response syndrome (SIRS), septic shock, and ... When the infection from a full tissue ulcer, generally stage IV, spreads to bone and joints, periosteitis, septic or infectious ... and traction on subcutaneous tissue and muscle. Left unchecked, the net effect may result in ischemic injury to tissues at the ...
  http://www.netce.com/coursecontent.php?courseid=1322
*  JoVE | Peer Reviewed Scientific Video Journal - Methods and Protocols
Here we describe a protocol for localization of bacteria and viruses in insect and plant tissues. The method is based on simple ... Here, we describe a subcutaneous infection model that examines the skin, subcutaneous, and muscle pathologies. ... Sublingual route has been widely used to deliver small molecules into the bloodstream and to modulate the immune response at ... Wolbachia is a widespread reproductive parasite that spreads in a selfish manner at the extent of its host's fitness. Jason ...
  https://www.jove.com/visualize/abstract/24324814/multi-infections-feminizing-wolbachia-strains-natural-populations
*  Glossary of Terms - Melanoma Network of Canada
Subcutis, Subcutaneous Tissue: Layer of fat located under the dermis.. Sunburn: Sunburn is an inflammation of the skin that ... that supply lymphocytes to the bloodstream and remove bacteria and foreign particles from the lymph. Also called lymph gland, ... For example, if a cancer arises in the skin and a mass of cells spreads to the lymph nodes or to the lung, these deposits of ... A tissue in medicine need not form a layer. Thus, the bone marrow is a tissue; connective tissue consists of cells that make up ...
  https://www.melanomanetwork.ca/glossary-of-terms/
*  Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma: Introduction | Johns Hopkins Medicine Health Library
B-lymphocytes (B-cells). B-cells fight germs like bacteria by making antibodies. These antibodies attach to the bacteria and ... Subcutaneous panniculitis-like T-cell lymphoma. This rare lymphoma causes lumps to form in the deepest layers of the skin. It ... How lymphoma spreads. Lymphoma can start in any part of your lymphatic system. It can then spread to more than one area of the ... Other organs and body tissues. The lymphatic system includes the bone marrow where blood is made. And it includes the spleen, ...
  https://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/healthlibrary/conditions/adult/hematology_and_blood_disorders/non-hodgkin_lymphoma_introduction_34,17643-1
*  Testicular immunology - Wikipedia
Niemi M, Sharpe RM, Brown WR (1986). "Macrophages in the interstitial tissue of the rat testis". Cell Tissue Res. 243 (2): 337- ... Non-immune cells of the testis such as Sertoli cells and Leydig cells also able to respond to bacteria. During a bacterial ... The mumps virus lives in the upper respiratory tract and spreads through direct contact with saliva. Prior to widespread ... The disease starts with the appearance of testicular antibodies, then movement of macrophages and lymphocytes from the blood stream ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Testicular_immunology