Necrotizing fasciitis is a rare but potentially fatal disease which is often confused with cellulitis. By examining the pathogenesis, clinical presentation, treatment, and a representative case study, this article proposes to lend a broader perspective to this infection. Emphasis is placed on the necessity of surgical debridement in combination with antibiotic therapy to minimize the possible morbidity associated with this condition.
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