Pustulosa

Pustulosa

[‚pəs·chə′lō·sə]
(paleontology)
An extinct suborder of echinoderms in the order Phanerozonida found in the Paleozoic.
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In the course of his investigation, he found pyorrhea alveolaris, stomatitis, gingivitis, erythematosa, pustulosa ulcerosa and gangraenosa.
(1998), that pointed out the relative abundance of algal species within the gut contents of adult Amblema plicata and Quadrula pustulosa from the Ohio River was similar to their relative abundance in the external environment.
Examination of literature and museum collection holdings suggested that, of the 12 species listed by Baker (1922), only Pimpleback (Amphinaias pustulosa) and Mapleleaf (Quadrula quadrula) have expanded their ranges upstream of the former Homer Park Dam.
Shell morphometry of the deep sea protobranch bivalve Ladella pustulosa in the Rockall Though, North-East Atlantic.
Exclusion criteria included: Participation in other clinical studies during the past 30 days; patients with psoriatic erythroderma, psoriasis pustulosa, psoriasis arthritis, or guttate psoriasis; patients taking systemic corticoid, immunosuppressive agents, or biologicals therapy during the past 4 weeks; patients taking local corticoid therapy or phototherapy during the past 2 weeks; patients that are pregnant, breastfeeding, planning to become pregnant within 2 years; patients with acute or chronic systemic infections, hepatitis B virus, hepatitis C virus, HIV, a history of malignancy, severe systemic disease, or elevation of aspartate transaminase, alanine transaminase, blood-lipoids reaching 1.5 times the normal range; and patients with allergies to TwHF or acitretin.
Entre las manifestaciones clinicas, la gran mayoria de los casos (97%) presentan erupcion cutanea que puede ser eritematosa, purpurea, pustulosa o maculopapular.
However, estimates of age produced by Haag (2009b) for a congeneric species, Quadrula pustulosa, using annual shell rings suggests an age of 2-3 years for specimens of 25 mm in length.
These were: threeridge (Amblema plicata), pimpleback (Quadrula pustulosa), Ouachita kidneyshell (Ptychobranchus occidentalis), round pigtoe (Pleurobema sintoxia), Western fanshell, Wabash pigtoe (Fusconia flava), bleufer (Potamilus purpuratus), and monkeyface (Quadrula metanevra).
This form is typically seen in young newborns and is not itchy Miliaria rubra is the form most of us probably think of when we think of "heat rash," manifesting as a local inflammatory reaction with small groups of itchy, erythematous papules and sometimes pustules (which is then called miliaria pustulosa).