papulosquamous


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papulosquamous

 [pap″u-lo-skwa´mus]
both papular and scaly.

pap·u·lo·squa·mous

(pap'yū-lō-skwā'mŭs),
Denoting an eruption composed of both papules and scales.
[papulo- + L. squamosus, scaly (squamous)]

pap·u·lo·squa·mous

(pap'yū-lō-skwā'mŭs)
Denoting an eruption composed of both papules and scales.
[papulo- + L. squamosus, scaly (squamous)]
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The disease pattern is comparable to the study done by Sarvanakumar et al., [12] Tamil Nadu, Mirshad et al., [13] Kerala and Divyashanthi and Manivannan [14] where papulosquamous disorders such as psoriasis were the most common cause for admission.
There were no features suggestive of secondary syphilis such as a papulosquamous nonitchy eruption on her body.
For the dermatologist, a more usual situation occurs when a papulosquamous condition looks like dermatitis but may have atypical clinical features, thus expanding the differential diagnosis to include conditions such as psoriasis, subacute cutaneous lupus, pityriasis rosea, dermatophyte infection, or mycosis fungoides.
The most prevalent disorders by category were dermatitis (67.8%), infections (16.7%), pigmentary (5.5%), papulosquamous (4.5%), appendageal (3.1%), vascular (2.4%) and genodermatoses (1.2%) (Table 1 and Fig.
The KVE is normally described in atopic dermatitis (AD), but also observed in association with papulosquamous or acantholytic dermatosis.
On physical exam, she had multiple papulosquamous, 5mm lesions over torso and proximal extremities, sparing the hands and feet (Figure 1,2).
According to Mohd Yunus et al (2004) [5], papulosquamous diseases were seen more in males in comparison to females.
For example, I recently had a patient who presented with papulosquamous eruptions that involved his body and hands.
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These groups of skin conditions are 'Blisters', 'Papulosquamous conditions', Papules and nodules', 'Ulcers', 'Nails', 'Oral lesions', 'Miscellaneous' and 'Antiretroviral therapy'.