Acrodermatitis continua

acrodermat-tis continua

acrodermat-tis continua acrodermat-tis con·tin·u·a (kən-tĭn’yōō-ə)
a pustular eruption of the fingers and toes, variously attributed to dyshidrosis, pustular psoriasis, and bacterial infection. also called acrodermat-tis perstans, dermat-tis repens, hallopeau’s disease , pustulosis palmaris et plantaris.

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