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<ol><li>A 77 year old male presents with a fever. Upon assessment it is noted that he has a large

reddened area on his left calf. It is warm and tender to the touch. Compare and contrast the diagnosis of erysipelas and cellulitis. Which is the correct diagnosis? Why? </li><li>Sally, a 44 year old female, is at her doctors for a regular checkup. During the exam, the doctor notices white patches inside Sally's mouth. Sally tells the doctor that she noticed it as well but that it didn't hurt so she wasn't concerned. After Sally's doctor asks a few more question, he finds out that she has been on antibiotics for just over a week. What is the correct diagnosis? What is the cause of these white patches and what treatment plan should be taken? Could Sally have prevented this outbreak? </li></ol>

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Reddened area: When an area of the body becomes red it is known as Reddened area. Calf: It is area in human anatomy present... View the full answer

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