A Abscess is a collection of pus that is formed within the body tissue. Signs and symptoms of boils include redness, pain, heat and swelling. When suppressed swelling may be felt full of fluid. The area of redness often spreads beyond inflammation.
Circumcision and abscesses are types of boils, often involving hair follicles, in which carbunners grow. They are usually caused by a bacterial infection. Often, many different types of bacteria are involved in the same infection. The most common bacteria present in the United States and many other areas of the world is methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus. Rarely, parasites can cause boils; It is more common in developing countries. The diagnosis of skin boils is usually done on the basis of what it looks like and it is confirmed by cutting it in the open.
Extraassound imaging can be useful in those cases where the diagnosis is unclear. Computer tomography (CT) may be important to detect deeper infections, in boils and fur around the anus. The standard treatment for most skin or soft tissue boils is opening it and cutting drainage. It also seems to be beneficial for the use of antibiotics.
A small amount of evidence supports the packing of the cave with the cavity. Close the cavity after drainage. Instead of leaving it open, the treatment can accelerate without raising the risk of coming back to the boil. It is often not enough to get rid of needle by the needle. Skin boils are common and have become more common in recent years . These factors include intravenous drug use, in which the users have been reported with a rate of 65%. In the United States in 2005, 3.2 million people went to the emergency department for the boil. In Australia, about 13,000 people were admitted to the hospital in 2008 with this condition.