intraepidermal vesicle

intraepidermal vesicle

a fluid-filled blisterlike cavity within the epidermis, usually less than 1 cm in diameter.
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His viral culture was negative for VZV and HSV Histopathologic examination revealed an intraepidermal vesicle containing balloon cells and multinucleated epithelial cells with reticular degeneration and a dense infiltration of lymphocytes, histiocytes, and neutrophils around the vesicle and superficial blood vessels.
Histopathological examination of intact vesicle showed an intraepidermal vesicle with few neutrophils.
Histologic examination of an umblicated vesicle taken from the forearm showed intraepidermal vesicle and pustule formation with ballooning degeneration in the periphery.
In the ulcerative variant of PG, there is massive dermal-epidermal neutrophilic infiltrate with suppuration/abscess formation; in pustular PG, a perifollicular neutrophilic infiltrate with subcorneal pustule formation; the bullous variant shows a neutrophilic infiltrate with intraepidermal vesicle formation.
Electron microscopy may show atypical intraepidermal vesicles at 16th weeks gestation.
The lesion is characterized by intraepidermal vesicles with acantholysis and an intact basal layer.