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- adj. Both papular and squamous
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Characterized by the presence of both papules and epidermic scales.
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Internists seemingly are also expected to be able to diagnose and treat various skin disorders including the papulosquamous problems as well as lice and scabies.
In 1809, Willan built on Celsus's description of papulosquamous conditions by detailing features of what we now know as psoriasis.
Many historians credit the Roman thinker Celsus (ca. 25 BC-45 AD) with the first clinical description of papulosquamous diseases.
Gibert's pivotal publications included thorough accounts that made important distinctions between papulosquamous diseases.
This description suggested a type of papulosquamous disease, such as psoriasis.
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