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n. papulo vesicular a. pápulo- vesicular, que indica erupción de papilas y vesículas.
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GIANOTTI-CROSTI SYNDROME, also known as papular acrodermatitis of childhood and papulovesicular acrolocated syndrome, is a benign, self-limiting skin disease that affects children between 6 months and 14 years of age.
Dermatitis herpetiformis (DH) is an intensely pruritic, chronic skin disease characterized by papulovesicular lesions and urticarial wheals located on the extensor surfaces in a symmetric distribution.
Dermatitis herpetiformis (E) is an autoimmune, papulovesicular eruption most commonly involving extensor surfaces of extremities and is characterized by granular deposition of IgA in the papillary dermis.
9] When the plaque is irritated, it may have an eczematous papulovesicular appearance.
He had erythematous, crusted papulovesicular lesions on the extensor surfaces of the upper and lower extremities.
1] It may present with a variety of cutaneous and mucosal manifestations but urticaria, erythema multiforme, eczematous, and vesicular or papulovesicular eruptions are the most common.
Typical pustular or pruritic papulovesicular lesions that are often chronic and recurrent are the characteristic features of infantile acropustulosis4,5.
First described in 1970 (1) Grover's disease is characterized by a monomorphic papulovesicular eruption that is limited to the trunk and is seen mainly among middle-aged (2) Caucasian men.
Papulovesicular eruption located on the face and extremities in a child.
This disease manifests as itchy erythematous papules and papulovesicular lesions on exposed areas of the body.
Possible complications include erythema multiforme, a papulovesicular rash affecting the skin and mucosal surfaces, lenticular or maculopapular rashes, and lymphangitis.
In addition to a papulovesicular rash on the palms, soles, and/or buttocks, 89 (90%) HFMD patients showed a perioral papulovesicular rash that did not extend to the rest of the face.