Translation of pustule in Spanish:


pústula, n.

Pronunciation /ˈpəstʃʊl//ˈpʌstjuːl/


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    pústula feminine
    • A few days later, painful blister-like pustules begin to form on the skin.
    • As the disease progresses, small light colored pustules will form in the center of the spots.
    • Mild acne is characterized by the presence of few to several papules and pustules, but no nodules.
    • Two months later, the purulent discharge, pustules, and erythema had resolved, and the nodules had diminished in size.
    • Crowds don't have hearts, or veins, or pustules, or cancers, though individuals do.
    • How it works on spots: It kills the acne bacteria which cause infection and lead to the formation of spots and pustules.
    • The scalp may appear normal or have areas of erythema and pustule formation.
    • The lesions develop into 1-5 mm yellow-grey papules or pustules, with surrounding erythema, confined to the follicular ostia.
    • Erythematous papules and pustules characterize inflammatory acne, but comedones may also be present.
    • Comedones, pustules, and papules may be present.
    • The bumps become pustules - sharply raised, usually round and firm to the touch.
    • These pimples vary according to the severity of the acne and range from whiteheads, blackheads, pustules, nodules to cysts.
    • The border of the lesion may contain pustules or follicular papules.
    • In 1789 there was an outbreak of swinepox and Jenner inoculated three people with pustules from this infection.
    • Tinea barbae may cause scaling, follicular pustules, and erythema.
    • All three reactions with early pustule formation indicate concurrent tuberculosis.
    • Numerous small pustules occur on surface of branchial regions.
    • The most common signs of folliculitis are red bumps and pustules on the glutes and leg area.
    • Rosacea is a chronic inflammatory facial dermatosis of unknown aetiology characterised by erythema and pustules.
    • Lesions consist of erythematous papules, nodules, pustules, verrucous, or granulomatous lesions.