" ...risk factor need an induration 15. In the question step it says his induration was 11 mm (erythema was 17... "
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Erythema is redness of the skin, caused by hyperemia of the capillaries in the lower layers of the skin. It occurs with any skin inju...Read on Wikipedia
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" ...later the area has a 14-mm area of erythema and induration of 11 mm. Should ...B.No, because his induration does not exceed ...exposure D.Yes, because an induration &8805;10 mm is considere... "
" ...peanut produced a induration of 8x12mm and erythema (redness) of 35x35mm. ...not sure what the induration means but I know the erythema was the redness, and I believe ...clear that his allerg... "
" ...the site has erythema, a reddening of the skin that can also have swelling. The erythema should NOT be measured. Whatever induration is present ...which is the induration, is measured,... "
" ...cat bite to hand. circumferential erythema and induration to shoulder level.fever= 104. reason\"... "
" ...of abscess to right lower abdomen wall some drainage but still fluctuant. No lymphangitis slight erythema and induration beyond margins local 1 percent lidocaine and I and d with pus a... "
" ...is \"Psoriasis Area and Severity Index\" It's a composite measure of erythema, induration, desquamation and body surface area affected. Evaluated for head,... "
" ...How would you code this scenerio: Patient has a 1 cm diameter area of erythema, induration and tenderness just below the earlobe. A 1/4\" incision was made through the punctum with drainage of... "
" ...a kid and booster 6 yrs ago , he never had ppd before , his ppd today is 6 mm of induration and 12 mm of erythema whats the most appropriate management a, repeat ppd in... "
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