vesiculopustular

vesiculopustular

 [vĕ-sik″u-lo-pus´tu-lar]
both vesicular and pustular.

ve·sic·u·lo·pus·tu·lar

(vĕ-sik'yū-lō-pŭs'tyū-lăr)
1. Synonym(s): vesicopustular.
2. Pertaining to a mixed eruption of vesicles and pustules.
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On March 21, the child was taken to the Medicins sans Frontieres Gondama Referral Center and was admitted with fever (body temperature 38.9[degrees]C) and disseminated vesiculopustular rash.
-- Evaluation of an infant with a vesiculopustular lesion entails a pragmatic approach, with three assessment steps, according to pediatric dermatologist Lawrence A.
A suspected case was defined as the sudden onset of fever, followed by a vesiculopustular rash primarily on the face, palms, and soles.
Pemphigus is a complex of vesiculopustular autoimmune diseases that affect the skin and mucous membranes of dogs.
Noninfectious vesiculobullous and vesiculopustular diseases.
Impetigo has erythematous vesiculopustular lesions that form honey-colored crusts.
Vesiculopustular disorders of neonates are common; HSV infection, herpes zoster, congenital syphilis, neonatal acne, staphylococcal infections, bullous impetigo, epidermolysis bullosa simplex, Letterer-Siwe disease, transient pustular melanosis, neonatal dermatitis herpetiformis, and IP all have vesiculopustular cutaneous manifestations.
This case in consideration has presented as erythema nodosum leprosum manifesting as vesiculopustular eruptions proceeding to generalized gross necrotizing ulcerative lesions, which is a very uncommon occurrence.
The disease was first explained in the year 1979 as vesiculopustular pruritic rash on soles and palms7,8.
Among the topics are neonatal dermatology, vesiculopustular eruptions, disorders of pigmentation, disorders of the hair and nails, and the oral cavity.
A infeccao por esses virus cursa com doenca vesiculopustular, geralmente nos tetos das vacas e na cavidade oral de bezerros, podendo tambem afetar o homem (FLEMMING & MERCER, 2007; CARGNELUTTI et al., 2012; SANT'ANA et al., 2012).
A 34-year old woman presented with diffuse vesiculopustular eruption along with fever and malaise.