Is Cellulitis Relative to MRSA Infection?

Is cellulitis relative to MRSA infection?

Cellulitis is an infection that affects deeper layers of the skin and the tissues under the skin.

When bacteria, such as strep and staph, enter in your skin through a cut, cellulitis can occur. So MRSA infection can lead to cellulitis.

If you have cellulitis, you may find symptoms including:

  • Swollen skin
  • Redness on the skin that can expand
  • Pain in the skin

Key word: mrsa cellulitis

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