vesicopustule

ves·i·co·pus·tule

(ves'i-kō-pŭs'tyūl),
A vesicle which is developing pus formation.
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vesicopustule

(vĕs″ĭ-kō-pŭs′tūl) [″ + pustula, blister]
A vesicle in which pus has developed.
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Although cowpox virus infection usually causes a single, painful, ulcerated vesicopustule and local lymphadenopathy, immunocompromised patients and children, especially those with atopic eczema, are susceptible to a generalized, even lethal, smallpoxlike infection (5,6).
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