9 Ağustos 2010 Pazartesi
Clinical findings: Bullous non-form, often the face and limbs, cut, scratch, insect bite, minor trauma, such as occurs. An erythematous papule on the floor, then begin as small vesicles, pustules, and quickly becomes ruptured. Purulent discharge rate and characteristic thick, yellow-green shells are formed. Honeycomb appearance. Itching is common and is spread with itching. Superficial dermis with ulceration and infiltration does not. Light may be a regional lymphadenopathy. Systemic signs of infection, fever is rare. Is painless and leaves no scar. Group A streptococcal glomerulonephritis by poststreptokokal which sometimes can lead to impetigo. Bullous impetigo; consists of newborns and infants. Begins as a vesicle and then goes into a blistering, blisters can be easily ruptured, creating a surface is red, then brown crusts occur. Often the neck, face and jaw notice.