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 (pŭs′chə-lər, pŭs′tyə-)
Of, relating to, or consisting of pustules.
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(ˈpʌs tʃə lər)

1. of, pertaining to, or of the nature of pustules.
2. characterized by or covered with pustules.
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Almost all were SSTIs, and some of the babies had mild, pustular skin disease and were treated as outpatients with topical therapy and/or oral antistaphylococcal medications.
Orf, also known as ecthyma contagiosum or contagious pustular dermatitis, is a viral zoonotic disease resulting from the direct or indirect contact of damaged skin with infected animals.
Atopic and contact dermatitis, phytophotodermatitis, transient neonatal pustular melanosis, and neonatal lupus erythematosus are among the noteworthy clinical challenges, she said at the meeting.
There's the default setting you are inevitably attuned to - a mild sense of panic almost certainly followed by the scurrying to Google images to attempt to pick out the matching fit in the pustular identity parade.
* Metaflumizone-Amitraz (Promeris)-Associated Pustular Acantholytic Dermatitis in 22 Dogs: Evidence Suggests Contact Drug-Triggered Pemphigus Foliaceus: ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21418349
The finding goes against the commonly held belief that postadolescent acne is more often associated with inflammatory papules and pustular lesions, suggesting that "the commonly accepted model for postadolescent female acne should be critically revised for important academic, pathogenetic, and therapeutic reasons," according to study investigators.
In comparison with data of former studies, the last years indicate that exudative, pustular, intertriginous (skin folds area) forms of psoriasis occur more often among children, that can be evaluated as specific course of diseases in children (Christophers, 2001; Leman and Burden, 2001; Nanda et al., 1990).
All of the peafowl chicks suffering from dry pox showed pustular and nodular lesions on eyelids, beak, legs, and toes.
Color atlas and synopsis of blistering & pustular diseases.