Infectious Skin Diseases
Infectious Skin Diseases

Infectious Skin Diseases

by Carlo Raj, MD

Infections of the skin can be benign (e.g., simple impetigo) or potentially lethal (e.g., necrotizing fasciitis). This course reviews some of the more common skin infections, including bacterial, fungal, and viral causes. Understanding the etiology, presentation, evaluation, and management of these infections allows us to more effectively help patients and reduce the burden on subspecialty physicians.

Course Details

  • Videos 12
  • Duration 0:43 h
  • Quiz questions 27
  • Concept Pages 26


Your Educators of course Infectious Skin Diseases

 Carlo Raj, MD

Carlo Raj, MD

Dr. Carlo Raj is a Physician and Lecturer at Becker’s Healthcare, in Illinois, USA, and the CEO and founder of Indus Intellect Virtual MedEd, a medical education consulting company.
He obtained his MD from Medical University of the Americas (MUA) and is an international lecturer and public speaker.
Within Lecturio, Dr. Raj teaches courses on Pathology.

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By Generoso G. on 07. November 2020 for Infectious Skin Diseases

I have rated this topic 5 stars because it is clear and easy to understand. In addition, it is easy to memorize because of the way it has been exposed.

on the dotor
By Zaid A. on 27. May 2020 for Infectious Skin Diseases

its somehow good but need little speed when explaining not that fast tho

This is Mr.Carlo Raj special .
By Paul J. on 24. July 2019 for Tinea Infections (Ringworm): Tinea Corporis and Tinea Capitis

This teacher has a style of teaching that makes people retain facts better like the way he pats the liver to say beware of liver disease and his way of pressing certain words is certainly helping to reckon better, thank you, sir.

more detail
By Joseph S. on 31. January 2019 for Primary Varicella (Chickenpox) and Candidiasis (Yeast Infection)

I wish you would have gone into more detail with chickenpox. I know it might not be as common in the US but a lot of people use lecturio for other international tests and chickenpox is still a big deal here (both in clinical practice and licensing exams)