POSTSTREPTCOCCAL PUSTULOSIS

Poststreptococcal pustulosis is a rare entity in which pustules occur symmetrically on the hands and feet after a streptococcal pharyngitis. Histopathology shows a subcorneal collection of neutrophils [JAMA Derm 2015;151;344].

References

The Lancet, Infectious Disease Volume 13, No. 8, p655–656, August 2013


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