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Localised Infection?

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The difference between localised and systematic infection is that localized infections develop only in one place of the body while systemic infections spread all through the body by the bloodstream.
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Localized infections means it develops only in one place on the body while systemic infections spread throughout the body by the bloodstream.
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A localised infections is an infections that is limited to a specific body part or region. A systemic infection is the opposit. That's when the patogen is distributed throughtout
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A local infection is just in one area. A systemic infection has gotten into your blood and is traveling through your body. You can end up with encephalitis (brain infection) or any
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Systemic means throughout the system whereas localised is just that, local. An example of the first may be blood poisoning and the second something like a boil.
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