When a person sustains an injury, the open wound can allow microbes and bacteria to enter the body. These infections can range in severity, but often require prompt antibiotic treatment. In the most severe cases, amputation may be used as a method to stop the infection from spreading or to prevent dead skin from attracting additional bacteria. In the case of necrotizing fasciitis, a rare, albeit deadly, infection, the bacteria can quickly destroy the skin and muscle.

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