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a.1.Covered with, or characterized by, papulæ; papulose.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Only 18 female genital tract histiocytic cell malignancy cases have been previously reported in medical literature in which all of the reported patients have presented papulous or ulcerative lesions on vulva or cervix.
Prurigo pigmentosa: idiopathic pathology frequent in teenagers, characterized by inflammatory eruption, pruriginous, papulous, papulovesicular, localized in the back of the torso, neck, presternal area, followed by a regression of inflammatory process, hyperpigmented macules, reticular distribution, grey-brownish.
Clinical examination showed a body mass index <15, multiple small adenopathies (<10 mm), small papulous skin eruptions, and an inflammatory 15-mm-wide tumefaction on the upper arm, evoking an adenopathy on ultrasound investigation.