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Related to bullous: bullous emphysema, bullous keratopathy, bullous disease, bullous impetigo

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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Fetil E, Soyal MC, Menderes A et al: Bullous appearance of pilomatricoma.
Bullous pemphigoid and pemphigus vulgaris--incidence and mortality in the UK: population based cohort study.
We think that both the erythema and bullous eruption in the presented case were signs of subcutaneous acyclovir extravasation, despite the fact that we frequently checked the line and were confident of its patency.
Other symptoms can include swollen glands and a high temperature but these are rare and more associated with severe cases of bullous rather than non-bullous impetigo.
HIV-related bullous lung disease was first reported in the late 1980s.
A 65-year-old female patient was admitted in our clinic with widespread erythema, especially on the knees, elbows and back, and bullous skin lesions concentrated on the lower abdominal region.
Fowler said: "My godson Thomas suffers from Bullous Ichthyosis and the support group has been a magnificent help to him and his family.
The atlas contains about 300 color figures of about 80 patterns of blistering and pustular diseases, including autoimmune bullous diseases, hereditary bullous diseases, bullous diseases due to infections, bullous eruptions in other diseases, and skin diseases with abacterial pustular eruptions.
After 3 days, he was re-admitted with development of skin lesions, which were painless, papular and vesicular or bullous, 2 to 25 mm in diameter, dark purple in color, and involving specifically upper and lower limbs distal to the ankle and knee joints (Fig.
Allergic reactions can range from localized urticaria to bullous reaction to, rarely, anaphylaxis.
New head teacher Julie Bullous, who was appointed at the same time, manages both schools, although they have their own governing bodies.