II. Causes: Itchy Blister

III. Causes: Erosion and excoriation

  1. Impetigo or super-infected dermatitis (most common)
    1. Treat with Dicloxacillin or Erythromycin x7-10 days
  2. Scabies

V. Causes: Pustule

  1. Bacterial Infection (Most common)
    1. Staphylococcus aureus most common cause
  2. Fungi (dermatophytes, tinea)
  3. Psoriasis
  4. Old Blisters collecting debris

VI. Causes: Solitary or scattered Pustules

  1. Bacterial Infection or Sepsis
    1. Consider NeisseriaGonorrhea, Candida
    2. Culture!
    3. Suspect Sepsis with Hemorrhagic Pustules
  2. Sporotrichosis
  3. Herpes simplex (Whitlow)

VII. Causes: Scaly Papules and Plaques

VIII. Causes: Red palms and or soles with Generalized Rash

IX. Causes: Desquamation palms and soles

X. Causes: Pigmented lesions

  1. Acral Lentiginous Melanoma
  2. Racial trait
  3. Postinflammatory pigment

XI. Causes: Painful palm and sole lesions

  1. Bacterial Endocarditis
    1. Osler Nodes (Painful raised lesions on palms and soles)
    2. Janeway Lesions (Painless hemorrhagic Nodules on palms or soles)

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Ontology: Palmoplantar rash (C2363979)

Concepts Disease or Syndrome (T047)
English Palmoplantar rash
Spanish Erupción palmoplantar
Dutch palmoplantaire uitslag
Italian Rash palmoplantare
German Ausschlag palmoplantar
French Rash palmo-plantaire
Portuguese Erupção palmoplantar
Czech Palmoplantární vyrážka
Japanese ショウセキホッシン, ショウセキハッシン, 掌蹠発疹
Hungarian Palmoplantaris kiütés

Ontology: Acral form of skin peeling limited to hands and feet (609796) (C2678354)

Concepts Finding (T033)
English Acral form of skin peeling limited to hands and feet (609796)