papulopustule

pap·u·lo·pus·tule

(pap'yū-lō-pŭs'tyūl),
A small semisolid skin elevation that rapidly evolves into a pustule.
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The skin biopsy specimens were taken from one papulopustule with a punch or a surgical knife into a dry tube, usually by a local physician.
A skin biopsy was taken from one papulopustule (see also Table; patient 1).
Clinical signs of IE Clinical Occurrence, Description sign % Petechiae Common, Common, nonspecific and found on nonspecific extremities, mucosa and palate Splinter 8 Dark, linear lesions haemorrhages in nail beds Osler's Tender, papulopustules on nodes distal pads of digits Roth's spots 5 Retinal haemorrhages with small, clear centres Janeway's 5 Painless erythematous macules lesions on palms of hands and soles of feet Conjunctival 5 Bright red/dark red patch haemorrhages on the sclera Haematuria 25 Blood in the urine Table 4.
Hot tub folliculitis is characterized by the development of tender, pruritic papules and papulopustules on the hips, buttocks, and axillae, usually developing 8-48 hours after exposure to water that has been contaminated because of inadequate chlorination.
39) The lesions consist of loosely disseminated small papules or papulopustules on the face, the upper parts of the back, and chest, and can spread to the upper arm.
The rash is classically described as tiny, dry, erythematous papulopustules in a pattern around the mouth, nasolabial folds, and chin, with sparing of the vermilion border.
Within 4 weeks, he was hospitalized (in an overseas US military hospital) for generalized umbilicated papulopustules accompanied by profound hypothermia, hypotension, and mental status changes.
The characteristic lesions are erythematous papules and papulopustules, although some neonates may occasionally present with comedones.
13) (These lesions consist of loosely disseminated small papules or papulopustules on the face and the upper parts of the back and chest spreading to the upper arm.
The researchers treated 100 women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and acne papulopustules with a weight-adapted dose of metformin for 6 months.
The papulopustules tend to appear on the cheeks, but not on the trunk, and may be treated with a mild (2.