- localized pustular psoriasis characterized by a chronic inflammatory eruption of the digits, palms, and soles; it sometimes becomes more generalized, with a thin annular vesiculopustular border that gradually extends and recurs, leaving inflamed, mildly exfoliating skin. Called also a. perstans, Hallopeau a., and dermatitis repens.
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