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papule

[′pap·yül]
(medicine)
A solid circumscribed elevation of the skin varying from less than 0.1 to 1 centimeter in diameter.

Papule

 

a nodular elevation of the skin; an element of a skin rash. Papules accompany certain diseases of the skin and mucous membranes. They occur in different sizes, colors, and consistencies; in shape they may be conical, hemispheric, or flat. Inflammatory papules indicate the presence in the skin of an infiltrate, as in syphilis. An example of noninflammatory papules is the thickening of the epidermis in warts.

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Pruritic papular eruption in HIV seropositive patients: a cutaneous marker for immunosuppression.
Chronic skin conditions predominantly located in the face and scalp usually present as slightly papular scaly patches surrounded by minimum to moderate erythema.
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abscessus complex skin infection have diverse presentations, including cutaneous nodules (usually tender), erythematous papules/pustules, and papular eruptions or abscesses (Figure 4) (19).
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A 41-year-old white man was admitted to Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas complaining of a diffuse head-to-toe erythematous, papular rash of 3-months' duration.
Gianotti-Crosti syndrome, also called papular acrodermatitis of childhood, is a childhood exanthem that typically occurs following upper respiratory infection or infectious mononucleosis.
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She had also developed a diffuse erythematous papular rash on the face and back, with bullous lesions on the chest.
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Lymphadenopathy and an erythematous macular, papular, or morbilli-form rash were commonly reported in earlier outbreaks, but are evidently not common symptoms in the current epidemic.