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a small inflamed elevation of skin containing pus

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Pustular psoriasis may be generalised or localised to the palms and soles.
The atlas contains about 300 color figures of about 80 patterns of blistering and pustular diseases, including autoimmune bullous diseases, hereditary bullous diseases, bullous diseases due to infections, bullous eruptions in other diseases, and skin diseases with abacterial pustular eruptions.
In a patient with severe pustular psoriasis who presented in 2001 with a significant flare that required hospitalization, infliximab (Remicade) treatment resulted in remarkable clearing (J.
Psychologist Angel Neal-Barnett (Kent State University, Ohio) detailed her experiences with trichotilomania, a compulsive pulling out of one's hair, which produces a pustular dermatosis of the scalp.
In fact, antibiotics are frequently helpful for teens who have pustular acne (red and inflamed pimples) on the face, back, and chest.
But some European dermatologists insist that zinc works on the pustular kind," which is less common.
Isolaz was the first laser or light based system indicated for the treatment of inflammatory acne, comedonal acne, pustular acne, and mild-to-moderate inflammatory acne.
A 23-year-old woman with a history of plaque psoriasis presented with a sudden generalized pustular eruption on the 25th week of her first gestation.
PVNZ is responsible for a contagious pustular dermatitis in farmed red deer, with outbreaks reported only in New Zealand (1).
Another disorder previously thought to be a dermatosis of pregnancy is impetigo herpetiformis, now generally regarded as a variant of pustular psoriasis, Dr.
Such changes are pathologically similar to psoriatic skin changes of the pustular variety, leading to the conclusion that acrodermatitis is a more resistant subtype of psoriasis.
Eosinophilic pustular folliculitis (Ofuji Disease) in childhood: a review of four cases.
Differential diagnoses include varicella, molluscum contagiosum, hand-foot-and-mouth disease, disseminated herpes simplex virus, herpes zoster, pustular drug eruptions, and scabies.
Acneform: resembling acne, with pustular eruptions, comedones, blackheads; most clinicians now avoid the term for rashes associated with targeted therapies.