The macular, papular, and bullous eruptions are most common.
The vesicular and bullous types demand mild protective applications, such as used in eczema and pemphigus.
Exceptionally the bullous and pustular varieties prove eventually fatal.
Pompholyx is a rare disease of the skin of a vesicular and bullous character, and limited to the hands and feet.
Does the eruption of erythema multiforme ever assume a vesicular or bullous character?
It is met with, as a rule, in association with the vesicular and bullous varieties of the disease.
It may continue in the same type, or change to the vesicular, bullous or other variety.
How is the bullous syphiloderm to be differentiated from other pemphigoid eruptions?