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 (gŭt′āt′) also gut·tat·ed (-ā′tĭd)
1. Having or resembling drops.
2. Spotted as if by drops.

[Latin guttātus, speckled, from gutta, drop.]


(ˈɡʌteɪt) or


1. (Biology) (esp of plants) covered with small drops or droplike markings, esp oil glands
2. (Biology) resembling a drop or drops
[C19: from Latin guttātus dappled, from gutta a drop]
gutˈtation n
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Dermatoses affecting the skin exhibit various morphologies such as annular, arcuate, discoid, polycyclic, reticulate, target, confluent, guttate, stellate, digitate, linear, whorled, etc.
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There are five different types of psoriasis: plaque, guttate, inverse, pustular, and erythrodermic.
Another manifestation of differential tolerance for this organism is evidenced by the fact that strep is known to trigger at least four very different types of "autoimmune" reactions, including rheumatic fever, post-streptococcal glomerulonephritis (technically an immune-complex disease, but bear with me), guttate psoriasis, and PANDAS.
Patients with predominantly guttate, erythrodermic or pustular psoriasis (as efficacy of acitretin has been proven in these forms of psoriasis) were enrolled.
In our study 91 cases [91%] presented with chronic plaque psoriasis, 2 cases (2%) had guttate psoriasis and 7% were diagnosed to have palmoplantar psoriasis.
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Idiopathic guttate hypomelanosis-like lesions in patients with mycosis fungoides: a new adverse effect of phototherapy.
The differential diagnosis of UP can include urticaria, atopic dermatitis, contact dermatitis, pityriasis rosea, an allergic reaction/ drug eruption, Henoch-Schonlein purpura, erythema multiforme, fifth disease, folliculitis, guttate psoriasis, miliaria rubra, insect bites, viral exanthem, lichen planus, and scabies.
2) Guttate psoriasis is a less common form of psoriasis, with a prevalence of less than 30% of patients with psoriasis.