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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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Our case 2018 Bullous eruption 50 / woman Author/year Oral Provocation Histopathology DLST (drug test, lymphocyte stimulation test), Patch test, Prick test 1.
As bullous toxins are produced, it is not meaningful to obtain samples from bullous lesions.
Most common complications of orf are secondary infection, lymphangitis, lymphadenopathy and erythema multiforme.1 There are a few rare case reports about subepidermal immunobullous disease affecting skin and/or mucous membranes following orf in the literature.4-7 We also present a case from our clinic about bullous pemphigoid following orf since it is a rare clinical situation.
Methotrexate-induced acral erythema with bullous reaction.
With treatment, she had a marked improvement in her bullous skin rash and constitutional symptoms and inflammatory markers, but she had a residual peripheral neuropathy.
(1) Compared to the acute and chronic types of CSCR, bullous CSCR is rarely reported and is characterized by bullous retinal detachment in the inferior quadrants of the fundus.
[2] The blisters are classically tense, indicating that they are of subepidermal origin as opposed to the flaccid bullous lesions of epidermal origin.
Outcomes of corneal collagen crosslinking inpseudophakic bullous keratopathy.
Peter Pamela Bullous I wonder if anyone finger printed that cone he moved?
Linear immunoglobulin A (IgA) bullous dermatosis (LAD) is a rare cutaneous disease resulting in subepidermal blisters.
Bullous pemphigoid (BP) is an autoimmune subepidermal blistering skin disease, characterized by autoantibodies against structural proteins of the dermal-epidermal junction and clinically presented with cutaneous and/or mucosal blisters or erosions.
In literature there is another case report of bullous keratopathy after RK [6].
We report a case of AHA associated with bullous pemphigoid (BP), a chronic, autoimmune, subepidermal, blistering skin disease.
A computed tomography (CT) scan of the chest with contrast was then requested to address the abnormalities noted on chest radiography and depicted severe bullous changes occupying approximately 85% of the right lung and displacing the mediastinum and left lung laterally (see Figure 2).