Quiz: Insect Stings
Question 1 of 3  

 After an insect sting, local chemical cellulitis is often confused with secondary bacterial cellulitis. When should secondary bacterial cellulitis be considered? 

  • A.

    Swelling and erythema peak at 48 h.

  • B.

    Pain from the sting diminishes.

  • C.

    Erythema and swelling begin a day or two after the sting rather than immediately.

  • D.

    A burning sensation is present.

Am I correct?