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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Any operation that violently agitates the wet glaze can introduce bubbles during the application resulting in blistering as the glaze matures.
Correction: Decreasing the percentage of metallic coloring oxide and/or decreasing the amount of reduction atmosphere in the kiln will eliminate blistering.
Blistering distal dactylitis: a manifestation of group A beta-hemolytic streptococcal infection.
Is blistering distal dactylitis a variant of bullous impetigo?
The patient herself was born through a vaginal route and had been told that she had blistering and bullae formation that covered the vast majority of her body surface shortly after she was born.
Clinical presentation of DEB in neonates is somewhat variable with more severe blistering generally occurring in the recessive rather than the dominant subtypes.
To resist blistering and corrosion, Potable Water Epoxy was formulated according to the critical pigment volume concentration (CPVC) concept.
According to emerging CPVC technology, paint films not formulated at their CPVC have a lower resistance to blistering than films with PVC values closer to the CPVC value.
The reason for blistering is simple: pressure and friction act on the foot, separating layers of skin.
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.
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.
The effects of EB range from mild blistering on the hands and feet associated with hot weather to fatal blistering in major organ systems.