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Staphylococcus can be a severely harmful bacterium It eventually leads to complete removal of sections of flesh It can be as small as blister and be as sever as gigantic loss of skin Staphylococcus is a bacterium that causes a more commonly known disease called a staph infection Staph infections can invade and attack any part of your body from your skin eyes and nails to the inner lining of your heart Symptoms differ depending on where the infection develops and they usually enter the body through an open cut or wound Through that it can spread through tissue close to the infection If this is gone untreated it can become life treating People with a chronic illness such as diabetes cancer or chronic liver or kidney disease or who inject illegal drugs are vulnerable to severe staph infections Staph infections are known by many different names most also used to describe staph infections Folliculitis is an external infection of the hair follicles that produces white-headed pustules Shaving the skin or friction from clothing rubbing against the skin can injure the follicles and cause the infection to erupt The area where the pustules appear may itch for a day or two Sometimes a staph infection spreads to the deepest part of the hair resulting in a large extremely painful pus-filled swelling known as a boil Although boils can form anywhere on the body they are found most frequently on the face neck buttocks and armpits If one appears on the eyelid it is known as a sty When several separate boils occur simultaneously on the body the condition is called furunculosis A carbuncle is a cluster of connected boils deep under the skin Carbuncles are usually found on the upper back or nape of the neck and are more common in men than in women Less common but potentially more serious is cellulitis which occurs in the deeper layers of the skin
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