blistering


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Synonyms for blistering

Synonyms for blistering

Synonyms for blistering

the formation of vesicles in or beneath the skin

hot enough to raise (or as if to raise) blisters

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very fast

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Blistering distal dactylitis: a manifestation of group A beta-hemolytic streptococcal infection.
To resist blistering and corrosion, Potable Water Epoxy was formulated according to the critical pigment volume concentration (CPVC) concept.
In the October AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HUMAN GENETICS, they report that all 20 patients had blistering lesions where the skin's outer, epidermal layer had separated from the inner, dermal layer.
The reason for blistering is simple: pressure and friction act on the foot, separating layers of skin.
Geoff Sloan, VP Manufacturing Operations explained that the partnership with Uhlmann, one of the leading US pharmaceutical equipment suppliers, was a natural choice: "Uhlmann were able to provide us with a versatile, high-spec blistering line to match our US client requirements for a high quality, flexible commercial packaging solution.
Steps to prevent blistering include limiting the use of slow (low evaporation rate) water soluble solvents, controlling ovens to insure evaporation of any such solvents that are used and making sure that cleaning processes remove all salts from substrates.
Fromm entered her first Badwater marathon last year when she lived in Colorado but wasn't as prepared for the heat as she thought, finishing with a time of 54:51:25 due to her feet blistering from the hot road.
Attempts to put in an intravenous line to supply much-needed extra nutrition resulted in more trauma to the skin, and more blistering, not only to the skin but also in the esophagus.