papulovesicle


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pap·u·lo·ves·i·cle

(pap'yū-lō-ves'i-kĕl),
A small skin elevation that evolves into a blister.
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Patients may experience sudden-onset, pruritic, sometimes painful papules and papulovesicles or cheilitis within 30 minutes to several hours of exposure to UV light in areas normally covered in the winter months.
Gianotti-Crosti-like eruptions with papulovesicles on only the cheeks, arms, and legs were seen in 36% of patients.
Physical examination typically shows discrete, monomorphous, flesh-colored or erythematous flat-topped papulovesicles distributed symmetrically on the cheeks and on the extensor surfaces of the extremities and the buttocks.
On the same day that the girl recovered, her immunocompetent 2-year-old brother was found to have fever and a rash consisting of 10-20 papulovesicles; mild varicella was diagnosed.
Dermatitis herpetiformis, the skin manifestation of celiac disease, is characterized by intensely pruritic papulovesicles and excoriations on the elbows, knees, buttocks and scalp.
Cutaneous examination revealed multiple skin-coloured, shiny, papulovesicles present over the malar area of face, nose, around the eyes and mouth, ranging in size from 2-3mm (Figure 1).
The lesions are papulovesicles appearing over an erythematous surface similar to inflammatory metastatic carcinoma.
Strong positives are 'papulovesicles' and extreme reactions have spreading redness, severe itching, and blisters or ulcers.
of Percentage (%) lesions cases n = 417 Macule 41 9.83 Papulovesicles 254 60.91 Urticarial plaque 137 32.85 bulla 91 21.82 Pustule 71 17.02 Erosion 44 10.55 Excoriation 08 1.91 Crusting 273 65.46 TABLE 2: OBSERVED SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS Signs and Symptoms No.