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vesicular

[və′sik·yə·lər]
(science and technology)
Characterized by abundant vesicles.
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Other study that demonstrates the LRBA role in vesicular trafficking is related to the epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR).
This agent spreads easily across herds, causing vesicular lesions in teats and udders, in addition to affecting the gums and tongues of lactating calves (LOBATO et al., 2005).
The newborn was admitted to the neonatal ward with a diagnosis of congenital herpes simplex infection due to vesicular lesions on the upper and lower limbs that were appeared at first hours of life.
The terminology for eruptive, symmetric, vesicular, and/or bullous dermatitis on palms and/or palmar aspects or sides of fingers includes the terms dyshidrotic eczema, dyshidrosis and pompholyx.
The patient, a man aged 51 years, was evaluated in an outpatient clinic on postvaccination day 21, at which time physical exam revealed a nonpainful, nonpruritic, mixed maculopapular and vesicular rash (approximately 50 total lesions) involving the patient's face, torso, groin, and arms.
Se estudio una poblacion de 882 pacientes, de los cuales el 78% fueron mujeres en edades entre 21 y 50 anos, la presentacion clinica mas frecuente de la patologia vesicular fue el dolor abdominal en un 73,70%; el diagnostico clinico mas comun fue Litiasis vesicular en un 78,80%; el diagnostico ecografico mas comun fue Litiasis vesicular en un 79,93%.
Large amount of virus is seen in vesicular fluid but less evidence of virus in faeces (Hyslop, 1965; Scott et al., 1966; Parker, 1971; Garland, 1974).
In this report, we describe a newborn that had vesicular eruptions and seizures and was initially thought to have congenital herpes simplex virus (HSV) infection.
28 September 2016 - German drugmaker Boehringer Ingelheim and Austrian biopharmaceutical company ViraTherapeutics have inked a long-term collaboration to jointly develop a next generation oncolytic virus therapy platform and to investigate ViraTherapeutics' lead candidate VSV-GP (Vesicular Stomatitis Virus glycoprotein) alone and in combination with other therapies, the companies said.
SVA infection was associated with porcine idiopathic vesicular disease (PIVD) in pigs in Canada (2), the United States (1), and Brazil (3,4).
This paper presents two cases of herpes zoster ophthalmicus whose headaches in the prodromal period mimicked the SUNCT syndrome and who were diagnosed with the presentation of vesicular desquamation.