- papular mucinosis,
- papular tuberculid,
- papular urticaria,
- papulonecrotic tuberculid,
Origin of papule
Examples from the Web for papular
Clinically and pathologically it bears some resemblance to papular eczema.
In a measure it resembles the papular manifestations of erythema multiforme, with a distinct disposition toward group formation.
The papular eruption is observed in conjunction with the erythematous manifestation, or it occurs alone.
In obstinate cutaneous eruptions, more especially those of a papular character.Cooley's Practical Receipts, Volume II|Arnold Cooley
Does the disease bear any resemblance to the miliary papular syphilide, psoriasis, and papular eczema?
noun plural -ules or -ulae (-jʊˌliː)
Word Origin for papule
1864, from Latin papula "pustule, pimple, swelling" (see pap (n.2)). Related: Papular.