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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Epidermotropic MZL represents a distinctive nosologic B-cell lymphoma that should be considered a diagnostic possibility in older men who present with an unexplained papulosquamous eruption resembling pityriasis rosea," the researchers wrote.
Papulosquamous disorders were the most common group with a frequency of 46.
14] in Turkey, reported Henoch-Schonlein purpura and various papulosquamous diseases as the most common reason for biopsy in children.
Spectrum of Histopathological Features in Non Infectious Erythematous and Papulosquamous Diseases.
For example, I recently had a patient who presented with papulosquamous eruptions that involved his body and hands.
Papulosquamous pattern was seen as the commonest followed by intertriginal type where as vesicobullous as the least common in a study14.
13), indicate that Asian patients with anti-Ro/SS-A antibodies frequently demonstrate plaque-like, indurated, erythematous, doughnut-like lesions clinically distinguishable from the papulosquamous, photosentitive lesions more commonly associated with anti-Ro/S S-A positive Caucasian patients with subacute cutaneous lupus erythematosus (SCLE).
The authors, academicians and practitioners from the UK and the US, cover such topics as the function and structure of the skin, diagnosis, disorders of keratinization, papulosquamous disorders such as psoriasis, dermatitis and related diseases, bullous diseases, connective tissue disorders, disorders of blood vessels and sweat glands, regional dermatology, infections, infestations, skin tumors, the skin and the psyche and drug eruptions.
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.
Other telltale symptoms include maculopapular or papulosquamous eruptions and rhagades.
The hallmark sign is a so-called herald patch, an oval, slightly scaly patch with a pale center, which usually appears on the trunk and remains isolated for about 2 weeks before the generalized papulosquamous eruption begins.