Papules


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Papules

Firm bumps on the skin.
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In varicella, lesions are in varying stages of development: papules, vesicles, and crusts, and often very pruritic.
Papular mucinosis (PM) or lichen myxedematosus, is a primary cutaneous mucinosis which is characterized by lichenoid papules, nodules or plaques due to dermal mucin deposition and fibroblast proliferation in absence of thyroid disorder.
The classical or multiple form was first described by Hoffmann and Zurhelle in the year 1921 [9] as groups of multiple, nontender, soft, pedunculated, cerebriform, yellowish or skin-coloured papules, nodules, or plaques.
For moderate acne, you may suffer from more inflammatory pimples, like papules, postules, and nodules that are more visible than mild acne.
We created additional outcome variables for initial resolution followed by recurrence of itching, erythema, papules, and vesicles.
Dermatological examination revealed beaded papules on the eyelids.
The condition may sound relatively benign in dogs, but papules can develop into painful lesions, hair loss or worse--a life-threatening staphylococcus infection.
Ken had papules that were black and white in color.
The PPP Global Awareness Survey is the first initiative to understand if indeed there is bias in public perception about pearly penile papules.
Among the topics are erythema, bullae, papules, cysts, pigmentary changes, and miscellaneous features.
1 It characteristically appears as flat-topped scaly erythematous papules that cluster in a continuous or interrupted linear configuration.
Two months after the 4th dose of the vaccine, the patient developed asymptomatic erythematous papules and plaques on the trunk, buttocks, upper arms and persistent ulceration of the vaccination site [Figure 1(a) and (b)].