Cervical necrotizing fasciitis due to klebsiella.

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Necrotizing fasciitis is an aggressive infection involving fascia and subcutaneous tissue thus causing infectious thrombosis of the nutrient vessels to the overlying skin ultimately leading to extensive necrosis. Although necrotizing fasciitis is common in the perineum, abdominal wall and extremities it is relatively uncommon in the head and neck region… (More)

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