pyodermatitis

pyodermatitis

(pī″ō-dĕr″mă-tī′tĭs) [″ + ″ + itis, inflammation]
Pyogenic infection of the skin causing a dermatitis.
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Extremities: hypochromic spots, possible stigma of pyodermatitis, first-degree soft edema in lower limbs, pulse present.
A THE medical term is acute pyodermatitis. It means a sudden infection of the surface of the skin, caused by bacteria.
In veterinary medicines, large macrolide drugs are used for treatment of upper respiratory tract infections, bacterial enteritis, bronchopneumonia metritis, pyodermatitis, arthritis and other urinary tract infections.
Pyodermatitis Pyostomatitis Vegetans: Two Cases and a Review of the Literature.