papulovesicular


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papulovesicular

 [pap″u-lo-vĕ-sik´u-lar]
marked by papules and vesicles.

pap·u·lo·ve·sic·u·lar

(pap'yū-lō-ve-sik'yū-lăr),
Denoting an eruption composed of papules and vesicles.

papulovesicular

[pap′yəlō′vesik′yələr]
pertaining to a skin rash characterized by both papules and vesicles.

pap·u·lo·ve·sic·u·lar

(pap'yū-lō-vĕ-sik'yū-lăr)
Denoting an eruption composed of papules and vesicles.

papulovesicular

marked by papules and vesicles.
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The itching and papulovesicular rash are frequently exacerbated by heat, sweating, ultraviolet light exposure, and hospitalization.
Between 9 and 11 days after vaccination, four participants developed a generalized papulovesicular reaction that was observed on numerous body sites, including the face, torso, and extremities.
Atypical papulovesicular rash due to infection with Rickettsia conorii.
Physical examination indicated a febrile patient in otherwise good condition with a generalized, nonpruritic, maculopapular, and papulovesicular rash that involved predominantly his trunk and upper and lower limbs; his face, palms, or soles were not affected.
Rickettsialpox is an illness characterized by fever, headache, papulovesicular rash over the trunk and extremities, and, in 80% of cases, appearance of an eschar.
She was treated empirically with antipyretic drugs and had a slight improvement; 3 days after beginning treatment, fever and epistaxis returned with myalgia; irritability; papulovesicular rash involving the extremities, thorax, and oral mucosa; vaginal and gingival bleeding; and disseminated ecchymoses.
Hand, foot, and mouth disease (HFMD) is a common febrile illness of early childhood, characterized by 3-4 days of fever and the development of a vesicular enanthem on the buccal mucosa, gums, and palate and a papulovesicular exanthem on the hands, feet, and buttocks (1).
5 [degrees] C), accompanied by a papulovesicular rash in a characteristic distribution (oral mucosa, extremities of limbs, buttocks).
It is typically characterized in patients by the appearance of a primary eschar at the site of a mite bite followed by fever, headache, and development of a papulovesicular rash.
A 9-year-old boy was admitted to the Kayseri hospital with fever >39[degrees]C and generalized papulovesicular exanthema.