Mellitis Information and Courses from MediaLab, Inc.
These are the MediaLab courses that cover Mellitis and links to relevant pages within the course.
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A 40-year-old woman with a long history of diabetes mellitis developed swelling and erythema of the left lower leg following superficial abrasion of the skin after a fall. The patient developed high fever and mild prostration. The cellulitis of the lower leg is shown in the image. Note in the photograph that the acute inflammation is most evident as red areas of streaking at the sites of abrasion. Blood cultures were obtained that turned positive in 18 hours.
|To avoid infection with E. corrodens, what are patients with insulin-dependent diabetes mellitis (IDDM) advised NOT to do? (Choose all that apply)||View Page|
|Match the names of each of the fungi listed below into the appropriate category indicating the classification of infection with which it is most commonly associated.||View Page|