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Gangrenous and crepitant cellulitis.

A dangerous and little-discussed group of soft tissue (skin, subcutaneous tissue, fascia, and skeletal muscle) infections are characterized by the presence of extensive gangrene and/or discernible tissue gas. The identifying characteristics of these infections, as well as diagnostic measures and therapy, are reviewed.

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