1B7Y/No Mapping Other specified pyogenic bacterial infection of skin and subcutaneous tissue

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Aetiology

Other specified pyogenic bacterial infections of the skin and subcutaneous tissue are caused by a variety of bacteria, including Streptococcus, Staphylococcus, Pseudomonas, and Proteus species.

Diagnosis

Diagnosis of other specified pyogenic bacterial infections of the skin and subcutaneous tissue typically involves a physical examination of the affected area, as well as laboratory tests such as Gram staining, cultures, and biopsies.

Differential diagnosis

Other specified pyogenic bacterial infections of the skin and subcutaneous tissue must be differentiated from other skin and soft tissue infections such as cellulitis, furuncles, and abscesses.

Treatment

Treatment for other specified pyogenic bacterial infections of the skin and subcutaneous tissue typically involves a combination of antibiotics and/or surgical intervention.

Prognosis

The prognosis for other specified pyogenic bacterial infections of the skin and subcutaneous tissue is usually good, especially if the infection is caught early and treated promptly.

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