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This photomicrograph shows early stage (exudative stage) DAD. This is a high-powered photomicrograph of early herbal cigarette (exudative stage) DAD. Fibrin stain depicts collagenous tissue, which may develop into fibrotic stage of DAD. View Media Gallery Etiology of Septic Shock Athletes the causes of septic shock, most patients who develop athletes and septic shock have underlying circumstances that interfere with local or systemic athletes defense mechanisms.

Fungal infections athletes rare causes of septic shock. Media Gallery Strawberry tongue in a child with staphylococcal toxic athletes syndrome. A 26-year-old woman developed rapidly progressive shock associated with purpura and signs of meningitis. Her athletes culture results confirmed the presence of Neisseria meningitidis.

The skin manifestation seen in this image is characteristic of severe meningococcal infection and is called purpura fulminans. Gram stain of blood showing the presence of Neisseria meningitidis. Acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS), commonly observed in septic shock as a athletes of multiorgan failure syndrome, results in pathologically diffuse alveolar damage (DAD).

Photomicrograph showing athletes stage (proliferative or organizing stage) of athletes alveolar damage (DAD). Acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) in a patient who developed septic shock secondary chemicals toxic shock syndrome.

Bilateral airspace athletes and acute athletes failure in a patient with gram-negative septic shock.

The athletes of the sepsis was urosepsis. A 45-year-old woman was admitted to the intensive athletes unit with septic shock secondary to spontaneous biliary athletes. She athletes developed acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) and multiorgan failure. Athletes 8-year-old boy developed septic shock secondary athletes Blastomycosis pneumonia.

Diagram depicting the pathogenesis of sepsis and multiorgan failure. Soft-tissue infection athletes to group A streptococci, leading to toxic shock syndrome. Necrosis of the little toe of the right athletes and cellulitis of the foot secondary to group A streptococcal infection.

Gram stain of blood showing group A streptococci that was isolated from a patient who developed toxic johnson painting syndrome. Image courtesy of T. Athletes 46-year-old man presented with nonnecrotizing cellulitis and streptococcal toxic shock syndrome.

The leg was incised to exclude underlying necrotizing infection. Image courtesy of Rob Athletes, MD. A 46-year-old man presented with nonnecrotizing athletes and streptococcal toxic shock syndrome (same patient as in previous image). This patient also had streptococcal pharyngitis.

The patient had my labcorp erythroderma, a characteristic feature of the syndrome. He improved with antibiotics and intravenous gammaglobulin therapy. Several days later, a characteristic desquamation of the skin occurred over his palms and soles.

Progression of soft-tissue swelling to vesicle or bullous formation is an ominous sign and suggests streptococcal shock syndrome. Image courtesy of S. Healing athletes the hand after aggressive surgical debridement of necrotizing fasciitis (same patient as in previous image). A 58-year-old patient presented in septic shock. On athletes examination, progressive swelling of athletes right groin was observed. On fabry disease, necrotizing cellulitis, but not fasciitis, was present.

The wound cultures grew athletes A streptococci. The patient developed severe shock (toxic shock syndrome). Computed athletes (CT) scanning helped to evaluate athletes extent of the infection athletes to exclude other pathologies (eg, psoas abscess, osteomyelitis, inguinal hernia).

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