Pompholyx

Pom'pho·lyx noun [ Latin , from Greek ... a bubble, the slag on the surface of smelted ore, from ... a blister.] 1. (Old Chem.) Impure zinc oxide. 2. (Medicine) A skin disease in which there is an eruption of bullæ, without inflammation or fever.
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pompholyx

(pom´fo-liks) an intensely pruritic skin eruption on the sides of the digits or on the palms and soles, consisting of small, discrete, round vesicles, accompanied by pruritus, a burning sensation, and excessive sweating. It is a self-limited condition usually lasting a few weeks.
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Pompholyx

• (n.) Impure zinc oxide. • (n.) A skin disease in which there is an eruption of bullae, without inflammation or fever.
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pompholyx

Type: Term Pronunciation: pom′fō-liks Synonyms: dyshidrosis
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