dermatosis (SPD) is an uncommon skin disorder characterized by chronic relapsing pustules.
Acrodermatitis continua of Hallopeau is a painful, localised, pustular
form of psoriasis which often leads to nail deformity.
All of the peafowl chicks suffering from dry pox showed pustular
and nodular lesions on eyelids, beak, legs, and toes.
Color atlas and synopsis of blistering & pustular
SAN ANTONIO--Infliximab appears to be a valuable treatment for long-term management of pustular
EGFR inhibitor-associated rashes can be maculopapular, follicular, or pustular
in nature (Eaby et al.
BenzaClin is a ubiquitous benzoyl peroxide gel for mild to moderate acne and may suffice in lieu of oral antibiotics in mild papular, pustular
There are diseases affecting ethnic hair and scalp related to grooming habits or other etiologies including but not limited to alopecias caused by physical/chemical agents (traumatic, follicular degeneration--hot comb, central centrifugal, traction) and infectious/inflammatory (acne keloidalis, folliculitis, dissecting cellulites, pustular
dermatosis, tinea capitis, alopecia areata).
Besides the "apres Blair" stage does not seem to hold out much promise ( New Old Labour might prove to be even more poisonously pustular
than Old New Labour.
63 Sometimes by competition with itself, ornament when acting in a critical vacuum, becomes overripe, creating decorative nightmares of intricacy or overblown pustular
A skin biopsy of one of the pustular
lesions showed neutrophils within the deep reticular dermis in an interstitial pattern consistent with unusual folliculitis reaction of Behcet's syndrome.
From the comfort of their parents' homes they lived the lie of being the unofficial members of Oasis, loaded, sorted and about as attractive as pustular