papulosquamous


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papulosquamous

 [pap″u-lo-skwa´mus]
both papular and scaly.

pap·u·lo·squa·mous

(pap'yū-lō-skwā'mŭs),
Denoting an eruption composed of both papules and scales.
[papulo- + L. squamosus, scaly (squamous)]

papulosquamous

[pap′yəlōskwā′məs]
Etymology: L, papula, pimple + squama, scale
pertaining to a skin eruption that is both papular and scaly.

pap·u·lo·squa·mous

(pap'yū-lō-skwā'mŭs)
Denoting an eruption composed of both papules and scales.
[papulo- + L. squamosus, scaly (squamous)]

papulosquamous

both papular and scaly.
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Lichen planus (LP) is a benign disease characterized by pruritic, violaceous and papulosquamous eruptions (37) involving the extremities, genitalia, or mucosal surfaces.
SCLE has a dermatologic presentation that can be papulosquamous or an annular, polycyclic form that may or may not include vesicles.
eczema; urticaria; acne and related conditions; psoriasis and other papulosquamous conditions; infections (bacterial, viral, fungal, and sexually transmitted); drug eruptions; vasculitis; infestations and bites; bullous diseases; connective tissue diseases; photosensitivity diseases, with disorders of pigmentation; skin tumors (benign, premalignant, and malignant); nevi and melanomas; vascular tumors and malformations; hair and nail diseases; neonatal diseases; and, finally, cutaneous manifestations of internal diseases.
The remainder of the chapters are grouped into sections on popular, papulosquamous, and papulo-vesicular skin lesions; epidermal, dermal, and epidermal/dermal lesions; epidermal and dermal lesions, eczematous lesions, and atrophies; pigmented, pre-malignant, and common malignant skin lesions; and vesiculo-bullous and papulo-pustular disorders.