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Skin disorders, artwork

Skin disorders. Computer artwork showing the structure of the skin, and the layers affected by various skin disorders. Folliculitis is the inflammation of hair follicles; Bullae are blisters; Erysipelas is a bacterial infection of the dermis; Cellulitis is a diffuse inflammation; Necrotizing fasciitis (NF) is a rare infection commonly known as flesh-eating disease or flesh-eating bacteria syndrome; Myositis is inflammation of the muscles; Myonecrosis is a condition resulting in death (necrosis) of the muscle tissue

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Media ID 6322191

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Bacterial Bacteriology Blister Bullae Cellulitis Conditions Dermatological Dermatology Dermis Diagram Diseases Epidermis Infection Infections Inflamed Inflammation Inflammatory Label Labelled Labels Layer Layers Muscular Necrosis Sebaceous Gland Structures Subcutaneous Tissue Tissue Vesicle Artery Condition Disorder Vein


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This artwork from Science Photo Library showcases the intricate structure of the skin and highlights various skin disorders that can affect its layers. The print provides a detailed visual representation of different conditions, shedding light on their impact on our bodies. The image begins by illustrating folliculitis, an inflammation of hair follicles that can cause discomfort and irritation. Moving further, we encounter bullae, which are blisters formed due to certain underlying causes. Erysipelas, a bacterial infection affecting the dermis layer of the skin, is also depicted in this stunning piece. As we delve deeper into the layers of our skin, we come across cellulitis - a diffuse inflammation that affects not only the surface but also extends beneath it. The artwork then takes us to necrotizing fasciitis or flesh-eating disease; an extremely rare yet devastating infection known for its rapid destruction of muscle tissue. Myositis follows next as another form of inflammation targeting our muscles. Lastly, myonecrosis is portrayed as a condition resulting in death or necrosis of muscle tissue. Through this visually striking illustration, Science Photo Library successfully conveys both the complexity and vulnerability of our largest organ - the skin. It serves as a reminder to appreciate its vital role while acknowledging and understanding these various disorders that can disrupt its harmony.

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