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A 45 years old, male patient developed sudden swelling of Rt. Leg with mild pain , no h/o trauma, no h/o hypertension or diabetes . cellulitis. Please, discuss diagnosis and management.

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IV antibiotics +foot elevation + crepe bandage.

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*CELLULITIS RT.LOWER LEG.. D/D.. *DVT.. *FILARIASIS.. R/O..UNDERLYING PATHOLOGY WITH.. BLOOD.. URINE ROUTINE.. BSR,Hba1c.. COLOUR DOPLER STUDY.. MEANWHILE TREAT WITH.. ANTIBIOTICS WITH NSAID.. LIMB ELEVATION..

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Sudden onset Unilateral Lower Limb swelling... d/d 1) Cellulitis 2) DVT 3) Filariasis (unlikely) Color Doppler with Limb elevation Anti Inflamattory dressing

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Filarial lymphadenitis, diethylcarbamazapine 100 mg tid, foot end kept elevated, albendazole+ Ivermectin empty stomach, antiinflammatories, antihistomonics, antoxidants, mosquito prevention, avoid community transmission

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Sudden onset Unilateral lower limb swelling. DD 1.cellulitus. 2.DVT. 3 Filariasis. Do color Doppler with limb elevation Anti inflammatory dressing.

D/d 1 lympoedema 2 dvt First investigate by colour doppler and find out circulatory status than mx accordingly Till than keep leg raised Elastocrepe bandage to be tied NSAIDs

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Cellulitis, pt may develoo sudden septicemic shock, give good antibiotic cover,elevate limb, dress it with betadine. Get blood culture done & debride if blsckening of skin occurs It should be treated promptly

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Cellulitis with Filarial lymphadenitis

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Dx- LIPODERMATOSCLEROSIS ? D/D-NECROBIOSIS LIPODICA ? -ERYTHEMA NODOSUM ? -LYMPHOEDEMA ?

Cellulitis with Filarial Lymphadenitis

Cellulitis most likely

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