papulosis


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papulosis

 [pap″u-lo´sis]
the presence of multiple papules.

pa·pu·lo·sis

(pap'yū-lō'sis),
The occurrence of numerous widespread papules.

papulosis

/pap·u·lo·sis/ (pap″ūl-o´sis) the presence of multiple papules.
bowenoid papulosis  benign reddish brown papules occurring primarily on the genitalia, particularly the penis, in young adults; believed to have a viral etiology.

papulosis

[pap′yəlō′sis]
a widespread occurrence of papules over the body.

pa·pu·lo·sis

(pap'yū-lō'sis)
The occurrence of numerous widespread papules.

papulosis

the presence of multiple papules.
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Lymphomatoid papulosis expresses immunophenotypes associated with T cell lymphoma but not inflammation.
T-cell lymphoproliferative disorders (26,27) are among the commonest cutaneous T-cell lymphomas (second to MF), accounting for about 30% of all cases and encompassing 3 diseases: lymphomatoid papulosis (LyP), cutaneous anaplastic large cell lymphoma (C-ALCL), and borderline cases.
Location of the disease made us to think of condyloma acuminata and bowenoid papulosis.
298,299) CD30 positivity alone does not imply a diagnosis of lymphomatoid papulosis or ALCL.
Malignant atrophic Papulosis (Degos' disease): It is a rare disorder of the young adult affecting the skin, gastrointestinal tract and central nervous system.
CD30 antigen expression in cutaneous inflammatory infiltrates of scabies: a dynamic immunophenotypic pattern that should be distinguished from lymphomatoid papulosis.
HPV type 16 has been closely associated with cervical carcinoma, and with some cases of condylomata acuminata and bowenoid papulosis.
Kontos AP, Kerr HA, Malick F, Fivenson DP, Lim HW, Wong HK: 308-nm excimer laser for the treatment of lymphomatoid papulosis and stage IA mycosis fungoides.
Incorrect diagnoses occur mainly because many diseases are mistakenly diagnosed as spider bites, including many conditions much more prevalent and serious, such as staphylococcal or streptococcal infection, herpes simplex and zoster, erythema multiforme, diabetic ulcer, fungal infection, pyoderma gangrenosum, lymphomatoid papulosis, syphilis, and Lyme disease.