vesiculopapular

vesiculopapular

 [vĕ-sik″u-lo-pap´u-lar]
both vesicular and papular.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

ve·sic·u·lo·pap·u·lar

(vĕ-sik'yū-lō-pap'yū-lăr),
Pertaining to or consisting of a combination of vesicles and papules, or of papules becoming increasingly edematous with sufficient collection of fluid to form vesicles.
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

ve·sic·u·lo·pap·u·lar

(vĕ-sik'yū-lō-pap'yū-lăr)
Pertaining to or consisting of a combination of vesicles and papules, or of papules becoming increasingly edematous with sufficient collection of fluid to form vesicles.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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PHN is that pain which in some cases persists in the dermatome affected by mucocutaneous HZ after resolution of the vesiculopapular rash.
Green hair, due to deposition of copper found in water, in light hair individuals is also reported.18 Seabather's eruption is an intensely pruritic vesiculopapular or urticarial eruption due to larvae of thimble jellyfish trapped in areas covered by the swimming suit.
Occasionally, the virus is transmitted to humans, in which it produces vesiculopapular lesions on the hands and fingers (3).
Less common types of fixed eruptions are the urticarial, nodular and the eczematous (erythematous scaly, follicular, maculopapular and vesiculopapular) types.
Clinicians should suspect infections with vaccinia virus in patients with vesiculopapular rashes and known exposures to recent smallpox vaccinees, including sexual contact.
Transient acantholytic dermatosis is a self-limited, primary, nonfamilial, non-immune-mediated acantholytic skin disorder that manifests as pruritic, discrete, edematous papules and/or a vesiculopapular rash and is more commonly referred to as Grover disease, after Dr Ralph Grover, who first reported the condition in 1970.
Skin: a red, painful papule may be present if the organism enters through a scratch or abrasion and spreads via the proximal lymphatic system, and may result in secondary skin rashes appearing as diffuse maculopapular or vesiculopapular eruptions.
In 1973, two sisters in California developed vesiculopapular lesions on their fingers after contact with ill lambs.
Clinicians should maintain a high index of suspicion for VACV infection when evaluating vesiculopapular rashes in patients who are laboratory workers handling nonhighly attenuated VACV strains or are their close contacts.