Images of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus skin infections can be found on several websites, including Healthline, WebMD, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. MRSA is a bacteria that is resistant to several antibiotics, according to WebMD.
MRSA skin infections usually begin as small sores or boils, states the CDC. These infections typically occur in areas where the skin is cut, broken or covered by hair. The infected areas may be painful, red and swollen, with pus and other types of drainage sometimes present. People who reside in nursing homes, have weakened immune systems, are on dialysis or have recently been hospitalized are at a higher risk of developing MRSA infections.