miliaria pustulosa

miliaria pustulosa

superficial distinct, sterile pustules, independent of hair follicles, always preceded by some other dermatitis that has damaged the sweat ducts. These pruritic pustules usually occur in intertriginous areas, flexures of the extremities, scrotum, and on the backs of bedridden patients.
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Less common non-infectious dermatoses included Addisonian pigmentation, psoriasis, lichen planus, vitiligo, asteatotic eczema, phytodermatitis, keratolysis exfoliativa, miliaria pustulosa, erythema nodosum, neurofibromatosis and erythroderma.
of Patients 1 Pruritic papular rash 25 2 Scabies 15 3 Folliculitis/furunculosis 14 4 Tinea (dermatophytosis) 13 5 Xerosis/ichthyosis 13 6 Seborrhoeic dermatitis 12 7 Drug rash 11 8 Herpes zoster 5 9 Molluscum contagiosum 3 (nongenital) 10 Non healing ulcer due to furuncle 2 11 Impetigo 2 12 Dermatitis cruris pustulosa et 2 atrophicans 13 Folliculitis decalvans 2 14 Leprosy 2 15 Addisonian pigmentation 2 16 Lichen planus 2 17 Psoriasis 1 18 Vitiligo 1 19 Phytodermatitis 1 20 Asteatotic eczema 1 21 Warts (nongenital) 1 22 Herpes labialis 1 23 Pityriasis versicolor 1 24 Sporotrichosis 1 25 Keratolysis exfoliativa 1 26 Erythroderma 1 27 Miliaria pustulosa 1 28 Neurofibromatosis 1 29 Erythema nodosum 1 Total 138 Table 7: Oral Mucosal Diseases Sl.
This form is typically seen in young newborns and is not itchy Miliaria rubra is the form most of us probably think of when we think of "heat rash," manifesting as a local inflammatory reaction with small groups of itchy, erythematous papules and sometimes pustules (which is then called miliaria pustulosa).