papulovesicular


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pap·u·lo·ve·sic·u·lar

n. papulo vesicular a. pápulo- vesicular, que indica erupción de papilas y vesículas.
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Also, distant lesions may occur, which are typically papulovesicular. The main feature of chronic allergic CD is epidermal reaction with lichenification, fissures, and pruritus (2).
Clinicians readily recognize the characteristic syndrome in young children: fever associated with a papulovesicular rash affecting the palms or soles, or both, usually in spring, summer, or fall.
The clinical spectrum spans from herpangina, characterized by fever and painful mouth ulcers most prominent in the posterior oral cavity (uvula, tonsils, soft; plates, and anterior pharyngeal folds), to HFMD with papulovesicular rash on palms and soles with or without mouth ulcers/ vesicles.
They manifest as symmetric, pruritic, papulovesicular eruptions with fine scaling and commonly affect the face, trunk, extremities, palms, and interdigital spaces.
Autoimmune progesterone dermatitis (AIPD) is a rare autoimmune response to endogenous progesterone, characterized by cyclic cutaneous and mucosal lesions at the end of the luteal phase with varied type of skin lesions include urticaria, angioedema, erythema multiforme, eczema, folliculitis, papulovesicular eruptions, fixed drug eruption, purpura, or vulvovaginal pruritus and anaphylaxis.
Literature search reveals several cases of LC arising on the abdomen, breast, and inframammary region; however, these cases manifested clinically with papulovesicular lesions [5, 6].
[9] When the plaque is irritated, it may have an eczematous papulovesicular appearance.
The inflammation was scored from 0 to 3 as follows: 0: no signs of infection; 1: few slightly erythematous places on the skin; 2: erythematous with papulovesicular areas; 3: large areas of marked erosion and incrustation in places.
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.
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.