furuncle


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Synonyms for furuncle

a painful sore with a hard core filled with pus

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Without therapeutic intervention, the disease typically progresses to form more fluctuant and more painful, subcutaneous nodules that resemble large furuncles.
Often patients seek care from general physicians and surgeons with other diagnoses being made such as furuncles, basal cell and squamous cell carcinomas.
39 Table 4: Prevalence of the bacterial OIs among cat-1 (non-HAART) study population with mean CD4+Count Disease Male Female Total (n=84) (n=91) (n=175) Furuncle -- 7 7 (7.
The nodule had been present for several months and was initially diagnosed as a furuncle.
As the lesions enlarge, they may resemble a cellulitis, pyogenic furuncle, or an infected sebaceous cyst.
In humans, the skin lesion starts as a painful red papule that gradually enlarges and develops into a furuncle.
A furuncle or boil is a painful skin nodule associated with circumscribed inflammation of the corium or dermis and subcutaneous tissue, enclosing a central slough or core.
Geranium ointment is used to cure chronic eczema, carbuncle, furuncle and small scalds.
The acute stage may present as a pustule, furuncle, or cellulitis of the external canal.
In Switzerland and Germany, we apply 70% alcohol on gauze wicks until the furuncle bursts spontaneously.
Alternatively, surgical nicking of the furuncle followed by extraction of the larvae can be curative (Fig.
4%, respectively), infections that started as a furuncle (23% vs.
The differential diagnosis should include periapical abscess, dentigerous cyst, and nasal furuncle.
Furuncle, hepatitis, otitis, wounds Guizotia scabra (Vis.
The lesion first appeared as a small papule and was diagnosed clinically at another institution as a probable furuncle.