Presentation History

Presentation History

Often patients cannot recall inciting event but history of current pharyngitis or trauma can be

elicited. Prodromal symptoms like high fever, chills, and malaise often start prior to

onset of

skin lesions and in case present, generally occurs within forty-eight hours of involvement of

cutaneous. Some typical complaints include swelling, burning, pruritus, and tenderness.

There are other symptoms that can include the following-:

 Joint and muscle pain

 Nausea

 Headache as well as other systemic manifestations of infectious process

In Erysipelas, associated comorbidities include diabetes mellitus and hypertension, different

cardiovascular disease, and chronic venous insufficiency.