acropustulosis
Pustular eruptions of the hands and feet, often a form of psoriasis. [acro- + pustulosis]
- infantile a. a cyclically recurrent vesicopustular and crusting pruritic eruption, usually in black children, appearing soon after birth to 10 months; remission occurs at about 2 years of age.

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ac·ro·pus·tu·lo·sis (ak″ro-pus″tu-loґsis) pustulosis of the extremities.

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