Acne vulgaris is a chronic inflammatory dermatosis of the pilosebaceous follicles, characterized by comedones, papules, pustules
, cysts, nodules, and scars.
Traits of infection type, latent period, pustule
size and pustule
density were measured.
Plants receiving pustule
type scores of 0 or 1 were considered to have a stem rust resistant reaction, and those with scores of 2, 3, or 4 were susceptible.
Insect bites can lead to various skin lesions such as pustules
, vesicles, papules, nodules, erosions and urticaria.
A two month old Dachshund pup was presented with history of face swelling and pustules
on face and neck region since three weeks (Fig.
In plants without pustule
, number 25 was considered for statistical analysis.
However, he described waxing and waning flares of painful pustules
associated with occasional spontaneous bleeding and discharge of purulent material that occurred in the same area as the hair loss.
The rash consists of macules, vesicles, and pustules
on the extremities; soles and palms are frequently involved.
1987) and characterized by non-follicular sub-corneal pustules
located on the glabrous areas particularly axillae, groin and ventral abdomen (Medleau and Hnilica, 2001).
The strip test can detect the presence of the pathogen at the very early stages of infection, from chlorotic lesions (before formation of a pustule
) to immature pustules
(not releasing spores).
Typically, the lesions begin as an erythematous pustule
or nodule on an extremity.
A smear from the malignant pustule
on the left cheek demonstrated anthrax bacilli.