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abdomen wall swelling painful

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edit important variables such as: demo: age, demo: duration, lymph nodes enlarged in groin, lymph nodes enlarged in neck, life: immunosuppressed, flea bites, injury ankle
related types of physicians - dermatologist, general practitioner, internist
Cellulitis - infection of subcutaneous tissues of skin
a.k.a Skin infection - bacterial, Cellulitis
'cellulitis' is considered a medical emergency
Furuncle - boil
a.k.a Boil
Hematoma - collection of blood
a.k.a haematoma
Folliculitis - inflammation of hair follicles
Insect bites - bites by various insects
a.k.a insect stings
Mosquito bites - insect bites
Biting midges - bites with a type of gnats
a.k.a Ceratopogonidae, no-see-ums, midgies, sand flies, punkies
Flea bites - bites by fleas
a.k.a Pulicosis
Coccidiodomycosis - valley fever; type of multisystem fungal disease
a.k.a valley fever, San Joaquin Valley fever, California valley fever, desert fever
Chigger bites - blisters caused by chigger larvae
a.k.a red bugs

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