DermNet provides Google Translate, a free machine translation service. Note that this may not provide an exact translation in all languages. Reviewed and updated, September Palmoplantar pustulosis is an uncommon chronic pustular condition affecting the palms and soles. It is also called pustulosis palmaris et plantaris.
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Dyshidrotic eczema , also known as pompholyx , is a type of eczema characterized by the presence of vesicles small blisters or bullae large blisters on the hands and feet. This is usually chronic — persistent or recurrent. These vesicles less than 5 mm in diameter or bullae greater than 5mm in diameter are not boils abscess. Dyshidrotic eczema is not an infectious condition although it may occur in a person with a fungal or bacterial infection of the hand or feet.
Psoriasis on the hands and feet can significantly impact your quality of life because of the way the disease may impair the use of the hands and feet. The pain from palmoplantar psoriasis may limit mobility and keep you from working or doing daily tasks. Topicals are a common treatment for psoriasis on the hands and feet. Since skin on the hands and feet can be delicate, you should carefully apply treatment to your hands and feet.