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Related to bullous: bullous emphysema, bullous keratopathy, bullous disease, bullous impetigo
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Synonyms for blister

Synonyms for blister

Synonyms for blister

a flaw on a surface resulting when an applied substance does not adhere (as an air bubble in a coat of paint)

Related Words

(botany) a swelling on a plant similar to that on the skin

(pathology) an elevation of the skin filled with serous fluid

get blistered

subject to harsh criticism

cause blisters to form on

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Yiqun J, Jianfang S: Pilomatricoma with a bullous appearance.
The relevance of the IgG subclass of autoantibodies for blister induction in autoimmune bullous skin diseases.
Moreover, bullous eruptions were also reported following topical and oral acyclovir administration (1); therefore, rather than extravasation of acyclovir solution, an immunoallergic pattern in the presence of histological leukocy-toclastic vasculitis is an etiological consideration (3).
compared the incidence of bullous lung damage in a group of HIV-positive patients with that in a similar group of immunocompromised patients with acute leukaemia.
After dermatological consultation, the patient's lesions were diagnosed as bullous pemphigoid.
Imatinib rarely may cause bullous dermatologic reactions, including erythema multiforme and Stephens-Johnson syndrome.
49-52,55,56) Many patients with bullous LE have circulating anti-Type VII collagen antibodies that bind to the basement membrane, causing a dermal-epidermal split and formation of the bullae.
Bullous phytophotodermatitis associated with high natural concentrations of furanocoumarins in limes.
The third section deals with immune mechanisms in disease with detailed information on antibody-mediated skin diseases (urticaria, pemphigus, bullous pemphigoid), systemic lupus erythematosus, contact dermatitis, atopic dermatitis and psoriasis.
He suf fers from Bullous Ichthyosis which means his skin grows far more quickly than normal and becomes scaly, blistered and infected.
Bleeding from the nose or gum, purpura, petechiae, ecchymosis, and bullous lesions were not observed.
For example, patients with a blistering skin disease called bullous pemphigoid should have their serum protein levels checked regularly, to ensure that their protein intake is sufficient.
Trauma, hemorrhage, bullous disorders, and drugs also can cause it.