papulovesicle


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a papule that changes into a blister

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The pruritic rash consists of acute-onset monomorphous, flat-topped or dome-shaped red-brown papules and papulovesicles, one to 10 mm in size, located symmetrically on the face.
D of Dermatology with Pustule, Papulovesicles, Bullae, Nodules, Ulcer, Inflammatory plaques with oozing, crusting signifying bacterial skin infection.
The spectrum of idiopathic ultraviolet-induced dermatoses includes the most severe variant, polymorphous light eruption (PMLE), in which erythematous papules, papulovesicles, and plaques form from a delayed type IV hypersensitivity reaction to the sun.
On physical examination, papulovesicles which were necrotic in the middle were observed especially on the frontal and zygomatic regions, bullea with a diameter of 0.
Erin Mathes and her associates started seeing children with the fevers and GI symptoms typical of hand, foot, and mouth disease, but with a very severe rash with severe blisters, vesicles, and erosions instead of the milder papulovesicles of the hands, feet, buttocks, and mouth seen with the classic disease.
It consists of pink-red papules or papulovesicles on the extensor surface of the extremities, cheeks, and buttocks.
Nonpruritic rashes developed in all patients and involved predominantly the trunk and extremities, represented by maculopapules on 8 patients, papulovesicles on 5 patients, and petechiae on 2 patients (Figure 2, panels B, C).
Masaji Nagashima in 1971, is characterized by pruritic urticarial papules and papulovesicles arranged in a reticular pattern and distributed symmetrically on the back, neck, and chest.