bacterid

bacterid

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

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)]

bacterid

/bac·ter·id/ (bak´ter-id) a skin eruption caused by bacterial infection elsewhere in the body.

bacterid

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

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)]

bacterid

recurrent or persistent allergy-related eruption of discrete, sterile, palmar and/or plantar pustules, due to remote infection

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)]

bacterid

a skin eruption due to bacterial infection elsewhere in the body.
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