A small area of pyoderma in the side of a finger - Image

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A small area of pyoderma in the side of a finger. The epidermolytic rim is typical to a skin infection caused by Staphylococcus aureus, growing in the bacterial culture also in this case. Topical antibiotics are usually effective in limited bacterial skin infection.

A small area of pyoderma in the side of a finger


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