bacterid

bacterid

 [bak´ter-id]
a skin eruption due to bacterial infection elsewhere in the body.
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bac·ter·id

(bak'ter-id),
1. A recurrent or persistent eruption of discrete sterile pustules of the palms and soles, thought to be an allergic response to bacterial infection at a remote site.
2. A dissemination of a previously localized bacterial skin infection.
[bacteria + -id (1)]
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bacterid

(1) An “id” reaction attributed to bacteria elsewhere in the body. 
(2) A bacterial dermatitis.
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bac·ter·id

(bak'tĕr-id)
1. A recurrent or persistent eruption of discrete sterile pustules of the palms and soles, thought to be an allergic response to bacterial infection at a remote site.
2. A dissemination of a previously localized bacterial skin infection.
[bacteria + -id (1)]
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

bac·ter·id

(bak'tĕr-id)
1. A recurrent or persistent eruption of discrete sterile pustules of the palms and soles, thought to be an allergic response to bacterial infection at a remote site.
2. A dissemination of a previously localized bacterial skin infection.
[bacteria + -id (1)]
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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A similar reaction may be seen with distant bacterial infections and is termed "panniculitis bacterid." (24) The lesions typically occur on the lower extremities, and they preferentially affect the calves in erythema induratum.
Although the lesions are sterile, the histopathologic features of erythema induratum and panniculitic bacterid are very similar to those of infective panniculitis.
Acute infectious id panniculitis/ panniculitic bacterid: a distinctive form of neutrophilic lobular panniculitis.