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papulation

(ˌpæpjʊˈleɪʃən)
n
(Biology) the formation or development of papules
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Some papular lesions may have central umbilication or papulation because of transepidermal ehmination of mucin or collagen; in these cases, GA may be mistaken for molluscum contagiosum.
According to the classification criteria, the prevalence of PA levels in the overall papulation was 28.6% for low levels, 47.3% for moderate levels, and 24.1% for high levels (Table 3).
India is home to one of the largest refugee papulation in the world, according to the UNHCR India, there are close to 2 lakh refugees and asylum seekers residing in India of whom 31,000 of them are registered with UNHCR.
Chief Commissioner Census stated that the Sikh community was 0.003 percent of total papulation in 1981.
FIGURE 1 Crisaborole 2% Ointment: Mean Change in Sign Severity in Phase III Studies Change in Mean Severity From Baseline at Day 29 (%) Crisaborole Vehicle Erythema -41 -20 Induration/ Papulation -37 -29 Exudation -65 -52 Excoriation -52 -34 Lichienification -42 -29 Source: Paller AS, Tom WL, Lebwohl MG, et al.
FIGURE 1 Crisaborole 2% Ointment: Mean Change in Sign Severity in Phase III Studies Crisaborole Vehicle Erythema -41 -20 Induration/ Papulation -37 -29 Exudation -65 -52 Excoriation -52 -34 Lichenification -42 -29 Source: Paller AS, Tom WL, Lebwohl MG, et al.
The shape of skin lesions was defined as erythema (E), induration/ papulation (I), excoriation (Ex), and lichenification (L).
The SCORAD index contains 6 items to evaluate AD intensity: erythema, excoriation, oedema or papulation, lichenification, oozing or crust, and dryness.
Study papulation.--We conducted research along the Mississippi River at the Thomson Causeway Recreation Area near Thomson, Illinois (41[degrees]57'N, 90[degrees]7'W) from 3-16 June 2014 (Schwanz et al, 2010).
Amyloidosis cutis dyschromica (ACD) is a rare form of cutaneous amyloidosis, characterized by generalized, asymptomatic hyperpigmentation intermingled with several hypopigmented spots without papulation, atrophy and telangiectasia.
He said that about 260 lady health workers and staff of 17 Papulation Welfare Centers were participating in this campaign who would visit door to door for identifying the Dengue Larvae and destroying them.