Over the next 2 years, the patient received 5 mg/kg of intravenous infliximab every 7-8 weeks; this was increased to every 6 weeks to manage a gradual return of his pustular
If cytology reveals polymorphic neutrophils, differential diagnoses include transient neonatal pustular
melanosis, infantile acropustulosis, bullous impetigo, and pustular
While majority of patients, 29.0% of PV, 75% of pemphigus foliaceus (PF), 50% of pemphigus vegetans (PVe) and each patient of pemphigus erythematosus (PE), subcorneal pustular
dermatosis (SCPD), presented in 5th decade, whereas 50% of bullous pemphigoid (BP) presented in 7th decade.
Neutrophilic dermatosis of the dorsal hands: pustular
psoriasis (GPP) is the severe and rare type of psoriasis.
No orthopoxvirus-specific IgG was detected by immunofluorescence assay; this lack of detection is in agreement with observations that orthopoxvirus antibodies can first be detected in the pustular
stage of disease but not as early as the macular stage (http://www.bt.cdc.
Also patients with psoriatic erythroderma, generalized pustular
psoriasis, palmoplantar psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis were not included in the study, since this study is aimed at estimating the uric acid levels only in the chronic plaque type of psoriasis.
congolensis occur worldwide, dermatophilosis is most prevalent in tropical and subtropical regions and occurs as exudative, pustular
dermatitis that affects mainly cattle, sheep and horses, but also affects goats, dogs, cats, many wild mammals, reptiles and occasionally, humans (Larrasa et al., 2004).
psoriasis present as pus-containing blisters.
Severe ENL reactions include numerous ENL nodules with high fever or neuritis, ulcerating and pustular
variants, recurrent episodes or involvement of other organs (eyes, testes, lymph nodes, joints, liver and kidney).