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Answer to Medical Challenge.

The answer to yesterdays Medical Challenge is
B: Staph impetigo. The patient spread the infection by shaving. He was treated with a topical antibiotic and an oral antibiotic to cover methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus. The rash resolved without a problem.

Thanks for your good guesses!


tracy said…
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Good Guesses !!!!! yep! your right ...But a good guess/
Anonymous said…
Yep, had an even worse case than that, all over the chin, lips, upper lip. Went through 2 GPs (one of which gave me anti-viral cream to basically spread the bacteria everywhere, thanks doc!), infectious disease specialist, and finally derm before a correct diagnosis was obtained 2 weeks later. Not fun!
Anonymous said…
Oh God this look pretty unhealthy, in fact my brother has that same problem but he is 35 years more than this kid. Also he likes to visit Viagra Online and I was wondering what happen if he take too much Viagra??
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I hate this picture because when I was young I have a lot of this things in my face and lips, so I used a plant called reroty and this problem stoped.
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I think it's important that we all know a little about this subject so interesting, I think it's part of human culture tell us about such things.
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Canada Viagra said…
This is really hard because I also get that problem when I shaving that's really annoying I don't know what to do, I hope getting some medication to eradicate it.

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