Small blister-like elevation of the leaf epidermis created as spores emerge from underneath and push outward.
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A blister-like fungal spore mass breaking through a plant epidermis.
A pimple-like, eruptive fruiting structure, such as a uredinium of a rust fungus.
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- a small inflamed elevation of skin containing pus
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a small blister containing pus
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A small area of the skin containing infected pus
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Pustule: A pustule is a small collection of pus in the top layer of skin (epidermis) or beneath it in the dermis. Pustules frequently form in sweat glands or hair follicles. Pus is a mixture of inflammatory cells and liquid. Put somewhat more simply, a pustule is a little pimple full of pus.
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[ Latin pustula
, and pusula
: confer French pustule
A vesicle or an elevation of the cuticle with an inflamed base, containing pus. Malignant pustule
. See under Malignant .
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<medicine> A vesicle or an elevation of the cuticle with an inflamed base, containing pus. Malignant pustule. See Malignant. ... Origin: L. Pustula, and pusula: cf. F. Pustule. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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a small inflamed elevation of skin containing pus; a blister filled with pus
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(pus´tūl) a small, elevated, circumscribed, pus-containing lesion of the skin.
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• (n.) A vesicle or an elevation of the cuticle with an inflamed base, containing pus.
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(from the article `miliaria`) In miliaria pustulosa, there are pustules, or small elevations of the skin filled with pus, at the site of sweat retention.
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pustule (s), pustules (pl) 1. A vesicle or an elevation of the cuticle with an inflamed base, containing pus. 2. A small inflamed elevation of skin containing pus; a blister filled with pus. 3. A small elevation of the skin filled with lymph or pus. Pustules may be circumscribed, flat, rounded, or umbilicated.
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a pimple or blister-like swelling, hollow within, often eroding. adj. pustulate.
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Type: Term Pronunciation: pŭs′tyūl Definitions: 1. A circumscribed, superficial elevation of the skin, up to 1 cm in diameter, containing purulent material.
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A raised lesion that contains pus and sometimes water. Also Known As: Acne, chicken pox, folliculitis, hidradenitis suppurativa, herpes simplex, herpes zoster, rosacea, scabies, varicella
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A skin vesicle containing pus.
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(pus'tul) (Latin. Pustula) A visible accumulation of pus in the skin. (from the ILDS Committee on Nomenclature - R. Winkelmann, Chairman)
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A small (< 1 cm in diameter), circumscribed superficial elevation of the skin that is filled with purulent material.
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A small pus filled raised lesion.
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