papulosquamous


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Related to papulosquamous: exanthematous
Translations

pap·u·lo·squa·mous

a. papuloescamoso-a, rel. a pápulas y escamas;
___ skin diseasesenfermedades cutáneas ___ -s.
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Lichen planus (LP) is a chronic, inflammatory, and immune-mediated papulosquamous dermatosis that involves the skin, scalp, nails, and mucous membranes.
The keratinized tissue condition is selected from the group consisting of acneiform eruptions, autoinflammatory syndromes, chronic blistering, conditions of the skin appendages, dermatitis, drug or agent eruptions, infection-related, papulosquamous hyperkeratosis, palmoplantar keratodcrmas, pruritis, psoriasis, conditions resulting from physical factors, or ionizing radiation-induced conditions, according to the patent.
Use systematic approaches, such as running down a papulosquamous differential diagnosis.
sex and different mucocutaneous lesions like viral infections, bacterial infections, fungal infections, oral candidiasis, parasitic infestations, seborrheic dermatitis, papulosquamous disorders, drug reactions, hair changes and nail changes were presented in the form of frequencies and percentages.
(3.) Papulosquamous diseases, in "Pediatric Dermatology," 4th ed.
Systemic steroids are used to treat various skin diseases such as eczema, bullous disorders, and other papulosquamous disorders.
A peculiar papulosquamous eruption involving pigmented nevi.
The rash usually presents in any form; macular, annular, vesicular, pustular, papular, papulosquamous, or combinations of these [8].
Lichen planus is a papulosquamous disease, in its classical presentation is characterised by pruritic violaceous papules, most commonly seen on the extremities.
In the third stage, papulosquamous lesions appear on the trunk, elbows, knees, dorsal hands, and feet.
LE-specific cutaneous involvement includes acute cutaneous LE with its localized and generalized forms, subacute cutaneous LE with its annular and papulosquamous forms, and chronic cutaneous LE including discoid LE, lupus panniculitis, and chilblain lupus.
(7) Because PRP is a papulosquamous eruption, it is often confused with psoriasis.