Were you looking for information on Facial Cellulitis? Facial cellulitus is a common misspelling of facial cellulitis.
Facial cellulitis is a bacterial infection that affects the skin on the face. It is characterized by swelling, redness, warmth, and pain. Risk factors for the condition include problems in the lymphatic system, upper respiratory infections, and infections of the teeth or middle ear. Additional symptoms of facial cellulitis may include fever; chills; irritability; and a swollen, tender, warm tongue. Treatment typically involves antibiotics and preventing the infection from coming back.
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