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bul·lous

(bul'ŭs),
Relating to, of the nature of, or marked by, bullae.

bullous

/bul·lous/ (bul´us) pertaining to or characterized by bullae.

bullous

See bulla.

bullous

adjective Pertaining to or characterised by bullae, as in bullous pemphigoid, or blistering, as in 2nd-degree burns.

bullous

verb Pertaining to or characterized by bullae–as in bullous pemphigoid, or blistering, as in 2nd-degree burns

bul·lous

(bul'ŭs)
Relating to, of the nature of, or marked by, bullae.

bullous

pertaining to or characterized by bullae.

bullous emphysema
pulmonary emphysema characterized by the presence of subpleural and interlobular bullae.
bullous epidermolysis
see epidermolysis bullosa.
bullous pemphigoid
see bullous pemphigoid.
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Skin bullous disease, pemphigus vulgaris, bullous pemphigoid, pemphigus foliaceus.
In a study by Raveendra L, [8] Bullous pemphigoid was found in 3 patients (1.
Review of the histological findings and direct immunofluorescence examination confirmed the diagnosis of linear IgA bullous dermatosis, an intact skin punch biopsy showing 1 - 2+ linear staining in the region of the epidermal basement membrane.
Outcome of two Corneal Collagen Crosslinking methods in Bullous Keratopathy dueto Fuchs' Endothelial Dystrophy.
Linear IgA dermatosis is a rare autoimmune subepidermal bullous disease that is rarely encountered by the otolaryngologist.
The patient continues to be monitored as an outpatient, and her skin bullous lesions have not returned.
There are few case reports mentioning bullous skin reactions in known cases of leprosy patients as one of the uncommon manifestation of type 2 lepra reactions.
For the purpose of our study, true dermatologic emergencies, as defined in previous reports, were autoimmune bullous disorders, angioedema, erythroderma, and all drug-induced skin reactions.
Subsequently, a few sterile bullous lesions appeared over his bilateral elbow joints and forearms (Figure 1a and b).
Bullous pemphigoid is usually chronic and relapsing from months to several years, before subsiding spontaneously.
Investigators at Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, conducted a literature review and an analysis of the Food and Drug Administration's Adverse Event Reporting System database and concluded there is a link between DPP-IV inhibitors and the development of bullous pemphigoid, a potentially fatal cutaneous autoimmune blistering disorder.
Investigators at Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, conducted a literature review and an analysis of the Food and Drug Administration's Adverse Event Reporting System database and concluded there is a link between DPP-4 inhibitors and the development of bullous pemphigoid, a potentially fatal cutaneous autoimmune blistering disorder.