ID#: 20867
This image depicted a left lateral view of a child’s torso, buttock, and thigh, revealing a skin infection known as dermatitis gangrenosa infantum, or disseminated cutaneous gangrene, a gangrenous infection of the skin, which in this case, was caused by the bacterium of the genus, Pseudomonas. See PHIL 20865, for another view of this infant's condition.
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Content Provider(s): CDC/ Dr. Herman Miranda, University of Trujello, Peru
Creation Date: 1966
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