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  1. John Jossef

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    Write your diagnosis below !


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    impetigo
     

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    impetigo contagiosa
     

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    S. aureus or S. pyogenes infection. It will be great if we put a little more information than just the DX. For the learning purpose cause some of us that are not doctors yet. :)
    Gram + cocci
    S. aureus (Catalase +, coagulase +)
    S. pyogenes (Catalase -, beta hemolytic, bacitracin sensitive)
    Tx any one?
     

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    Agree Impetigo ;)
     

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    Impetigo-due to staph.aureus or strep.pyogenes infection
     

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