Infantile acropustulosis is a syndrome that is characterized by recurrent crops of 1- to 2-mm, intensely pruritic vesicopustules on the distal extremities. The eruption is unresponsive to topical steroids, and pruritus is relieved only by soporific doses of antihistamines.
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