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pustulosis

 [pus″tu-lo´sis]
a condition marked by an eruption of pustules.

pus·tu·lo·sis

(pŭs'tyū-lō'sis),
1. An eruption of pustules.
2. Term occasionally used to designate acropustulosis.
[L. pustula, pustule, + G. -osis, condition]

pustulosis

/pus·tu·lo·sis/ (pus″tu-lo´sis) a condition marked by an eruption of pustules.

pus·tu·lo·sis

(pŭs'tyū-lō'sis)
1. An eruption of pustules.
2. Term occasionally used to designate acropustulosis.
[L. pustula, pustule, + G. -osis, condition]

pustulosis

a condition marked by an eruption of pustules.

sterile eosinophilic pustulosis
an acute, pruritic pustular dermatitis of dogs. Numerous eosinophils are found in the sterile lesions. The cause is unknown.
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That's what this imposter used to be called, until it was recognized as a pustulosis process, not acne, said Dr.
The trial also excluded a number of patients, including those with three or more rosaceatic papules or pustules; more than five prominent telangiectases in the treatment area (except on the sides of the nose); intense flushing in response to a few triggers (such as postmenopausal hot flashes or certain foods); papulopustular, phymatous, or ocular rosacea; rosacea conglobata; rosacea fulminans; isolated rhinophyma; isolated pustulosis of the chin; and skin conditions that resembled rosacea, such as peri-oral dermatitis and facial keratosis pilaris.
That's what this imposter was called, until it was recognized as a pustulosis process, not acne, she said.
Such findings were consistent with a diagnosis of pustulosis palmoplantaris, a rare skin disease that is more common in women and characterized by a typical skin rush on the palms and soles, said Dr.
The consensus among pediatric dermatologists is that what has traditionally been called neonatal acne is actually a yeast-based folliculitis that has been renamed benign cephalic pustulosis, Dr.
They are unilateral laterothoracic exanthem, acute generalized exanthematous pustulosis, papular acrodermatitis of childhood, eruptive pseudoangiomatosis, and papular-purpuric gloves and socks syndrome.
CA-MRSA also was significantly more likely than HA-MRSA to cause pustulosis (28% vs.
Vesiculopustular conditions include staphylococcal pustulosis.
The difference is important, because this condition, coined by one researcher as "neonatal cephalic pustulosis," will not respond to topical steroids.
Rule out staphylococcal infection, as staphylococcal pustulosis can look much the same.
The inflammatory bone lesions that characterize chronic recurrent multifocal osteomyelitis have been associated with synoviris, pustulosis, and the long-term development of spondyloarthropathy and inflammatory bowel disease.
These include Sweet syndrome, pyoderma gangrenosum, bullous SLE, amicrobial pustulosis of the folds, and palisaded neutrophilic granulomatous dermatitis.