Bacillary Angiomatosis

(Epitheloidangiomatose) A bacillary angiomatosis is a henselae Bartonella quintana or B. induced skin infection. (See also overview of infections caused by Bartonella.) A bacillary angiomatosis is a henselae Bartonella quintana or B. induced skin infection. (See also overview of infections caused by Bartonella.) A bacillary angiomatosis comes almost exclusively before in immunocompromised people and is characterized by protruding, reddish, berry-like skin lesions, which are often surrounded by a large margin….

September 3, 2018
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