Staphylococcus belonging to the genus of bacteria is positive Gram-granules. Under the microscope the bacteria staphylococcus appear in groups that resemble bunches of grapes that are formed when the grains are randomly divided, there owes its name.
The genus Staphylococcus includes 31 different bacterial species. Most are harmless and live mainly in the skin and mucous membranes of the human glands. Dangerous species is Staphylococcus aureus that causes food poisoning and skin infections.
The skin can affect various species of fungi. So depending on the type and area of the body there is a different clinical picture. The most classic skin lesion starts as a pink grain which then grows on the periphery while the damage to the central gradually cured. So we finally have a characteristic round plate with red region with bubbles and center to have healthy skin.
Treatment is with antifungal creams. In severe cases the doctor may decide to grant antifungal medication by mouth.
Molluscum contagiosum is a common viral infectious disease that affects the skin and mucous membranes. It can affect people of any age, but affects mainly children, sexually active adults and people who for some reason do not have a strong immune system. The molluscum contagiosum virus belongs to the poxvirus family and called Molluscum Contagiosum Virus (MCV). Only colonize humans and there are 4 types of this virus. The lesions develop 2-8 weeks after infection, and when present the first pimples, it is very easy and possible to transfer the virus from one body part to another. The “pimples” of molluscum contagiosum usually does not cause pain. In several cases, molluscum contagiosum, if left untreated, can rapidly evolve and fall to 2-3 months. Since the new lesions may develop where the old recede is advised that treatment early, before increasing the skin lesions before sticking other relatives or friends.
Responses to molluscum contagiosum:
The therapeutic options for combating molluscum contagiosum is the removal of skin lesions with surgical curetta, or removal by the process of cryoablation (liquid nitrogen application) or by the method diathermopixias. Molluscum contagiosum is a direct visit mainly the dermatologist, who will diagnose and will make the appropriate treatment.