Inflamed lesions on hands and arms

A 48-year-old farmer, with a history of type 2 diabetes, hypertension and hypercholesterolemia, presented to the local hospital with fever, malaise and inflamed lesions on his hands and arms. What can be the differential diagnosis?

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D/D Pyoderma Gangreosum Cellulitis Cutaneous anthrax Infected insects bites Ecythema gangrenosum
Ecthyma gangrenosum
Infected insect bites. Cellulitis. Clavam cl 625mg bd. Diclo PCM TDS. Chymoral forte TDS. Multivitamin and antioxidants orally. Clean area with diluted betadine lotion apply mupriocin oint locally. Levocet if itching present. Keep area clean and covered with sterile gauge.
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Ddx: cellulitis, ecthyma gangrenosum,infected insect bites, cutaneous anthrax.
Uncontrolled DM Bullous pemphigus Pyoderma gangrenous Cellulitis Antibiotics Analgesics
IT'S A..CASE OF.. UNCONTROLLED DIABETES WITH.. ? PYODERMA GANGREOSUM.. ? ECTHYMA GANGREOSUM.. ? CELLULITIS.. * STRICT GLYCEMIC CONTROL WITH ANTIDIABETIC MANAGEMENT WITH EXPERTS OPINION.. * ANTIBIOTICS WITH NSAIDS AS PER REQUIREMENT.. * WOUND MANAGEMENT WITH SURGEONS OPINION.. NEED'S.. * HEMOGRAM.. * BSR..HBA1C.. * SWAB C AND S EXAMINATION..
Tnx Dr Shivraj Agarwal sir
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DD 1 Ecthyma (Pseudomonas aeruginosa and staphylococcal infections) 2 Glanders (Pseudomonas pseudomallei) 3 Histoplasmosis 4 Orf (Rickettsia akari) 5 Rat-bite fever (Streptococcus moniliformis, Spirillum minus) 6 Lymphocutaneous Tularemia 7 Cutaneous Anthrax 8 ?
Multiple lesions on forearm with necrosis Suggestive of bacterial infection However considering farmer by profession - sporotrichosis need to be considered as one of the differential diagnosis Please send biopsy for fungal culture to confirm the same
Uncontrolled Diabetes On Wrist Looks like "Infected Insect bites." Other lessions r Possiblity of "Ecthyma gangrenosum" with Cellulitis.
Tnx "Dr.Ashok leel Sir"
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Insects bite,Cellulitis caused by abrasions from plant’s Use of insecticide ( during farm work) Pyoderma gangrenosum
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