transient acantholytic dermatosis

[trănshənt, -zhənt, -zē-ənt]

n.

A papular eruption that occurs chiefly on the chest and back in which the tissues are affected with acantholysis, lasting from a few weeks to several months and occurring predominantly in males over the age of 40.

Nearby words

  1. tranship,
  2. transhumance,
  3. transhumanism,
  4. transience,
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  7. transient ischemic attack,
  8. transient modulation,
  9. transient synovitis,
  10. transiently


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