Translation of impetigo in Spanish:


impétigo, n.

Pronunciation /ˌɪmpəˈtaɪɡoʊ//ˌɪmpɪˈtʌɪɡəʊ/


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    impétigo masculine
    • You're especially at risk if you have atopic dermatitis, eczema, impetigo or a history of these conditions.
    • One of the most common of these is impetigo - a skin infection that mainly affects infants and children.
    • The differential diagnosis of nonbullous impetigo includes shingles, cold sores, cutaneous fungal infections, and eczema.
    • Those ailments included scabies, a parasitic skin infection, and impetigo, a bacterial infection linked to poor sanitation.
    • This bad water has caused skin diseases such as impetigo, scabies and eczema, as well as chronic diarrhea problems.
    • Excessive scratching can cause a bacterial infection such as impetigo, which may make symptoms worse.
    • They can also be passed by touching the infected skin of someone who has strep impetigo, or by sharing towels, clothing or bed linen.
    • Several years later, Maureen discovered that the woman had had a severe case of impetigo, a highly contagious skin disease which, if untreated, can damage the kidneys, and cause septicaemia.
    • These two kinds of bacteria are the main causes of cellulitis and impetigo.
    • Eight children in the estate were infected with impetigo, a skin disease, which residents claimed was connected to the dump.
    • Common skin infections include cellulitis, erysipelas, impetigo, folliculitis, and furuncles and carbuncles.
    • These symptoms can be confused with impetigo or cellulitis.
    • When someone has impetigo, the infection can spread to other household members on clothing, towels, and bed linens that have touched the person's infected skin.
    • The daycare wanted to make sure his skin wasn't contagious - much like impetigo or leprosy.
    • It can cause skin infections like impetigo and pustules.
    • Prevent impetigo infection from spreading to other family members by using antibacterial soap and making sure that each family member uses a separate towel.
    • The doctor may also notice scratch marks and secondary bacterial infections such as impetigo.
    • Most staph infections aren't serious; one example is impetigo, a contagious but superficial skin infection.
    • Staphylococcus aureus is a common type of bacteria that can live harmlessly on the skin but sometimes it can cause a number of common infections such as boils, impetigo and wound infections.
    • It can be classified clinically as impetigo contagiosa (non-bullous impetigo) or bullous impetigo.