Treatment of carbuncle at home

author: doctor Krivega M.S.

Carbuncle is a purulent disease caused by staphylococcus or streptococcus, when several adjacent hair follicles and sebaceous glands are affected, with purulent inflammation spreading deep, affecting both the skin and subcutaneous tissue, and sometimes the covering of the muscle. There are carbuncles more often one by one (rarely there may be 2-3 on the body). This difference in the initial degree of carbuncle from the boil, which are caused by the same microbes, but on the body are in number of several copies.

The wound was healed - we are working correctly

Author: Ambrosova I.A.

Before we find out how to treat the wounded wounds, we will try to find out which wounds can be threatened with suppuration.

The risk group includes wounds to which earth, dirt, scraps of clothing have fallen, etc. They very quickly become infected due to the fact that they create all the conditions for the development of pyogenic processes. Therefore, almost every untreated wound can become inflamed.

Antibiotics for Purulent Wounds

Author: doctor Kuznetsov MA

Our body is a complex biological system with a huge potential for self-healing, including healing of wounds. In this regard, the main task in the treatment of purulent wounds is to use medicinal preparations depending on the stage of the process.

Soft tissue phlegmon

author: doctor Saplonov KN

Phlegmon is a severe form of purulent-inflammatory process. For phlegmon is characterized by an unlimited spread of purulent infection in the intercellular space.

Phlegmon are caused not only by pyogenic bacteria (causing suppuration), but also putrefactive and anaerobic (not requiring oxygen).

Phlegmon can develop in different tissues and organs and, according to the nature of its anatomical location, has a corresponding name.

Atheroma: the causes of

author: doctor Kamneva A.N.

Atheroma is called the cyst of the sebaceous gland. Conventional occlusion of the cutaneous duct of the gland can provoke the development of thin-walled formations with greasy contents. Very often, atheromas occur on the face and head in the scalp. This is due to the fact that it is in these parts of the body that most of the sebaceous glands.

Atheroma on the back: symptoms and treatment, features in children

author: doctor Stryuk ON

The skin is the largest organ of man. It performs many different functions. The main ones are the protection of the body from external stimuli (the effects of ultraviolet rays, mechanical and physical factors, biological objects), regulation of heat exchange between the body and the environment, water-salt exchange (through the allocation of sweat).

Purulent atheroma: causes and minimally invasive treatment

author: doctor Alafinov V.D.

Purulent atheroma is an acute microbial inflammation of the contents of a sealed and stretched sebaceous cutaneous gland. Sebaceous glands are located in the thickness of the skin and closely adjacent to the hair follicles. These glands produce fatty grease for hair and skin. When plugging the excretory ducts, cysts can be formed - pouches filled with a pulp-like sebaceous mass. In all places where hair grows and there are sebaceous glands, atheromas can form. Most often they appear in the area of ​​the head, face, back, neck, genitals.

Atheroma under the armpit

Doctor A. Deriushev

Atheroma is a tumor, painful, mobile upon palpation, which is usually located subcutaneously or intradermally. The surface of the atheroma is smooth, the shape is round or slightly oblong. Consistency of atheroma is mild.

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