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  • Blister - Wikipedia

    A blister is a small pocket of body fluid (lymph, serum, plasma, blood, or pus) within the upper layers of the skin, typically caused by forceful rubbing , burning ...

  • Blisters: First aid - Mayo Clinic

    If a blister isn't too painful, try to keep it intact. Unbroken skin over a blister may provide a natural barrier to bacteria and decreases the risk of infection.

  • Blisters: 18 Causes, Photos, & Treatments - Healthline

    A blister, or vesicle, is a raised portion of skin that is filled with fluid. You are probably familiar with blisters from wearing uncomfortable shoes.

  • Understanding Blisters -- the Basics - WebMD

    A single blister is usually from friction or a burn, typically on the hands or feet. ... WebMD does not provide medical advice, diagnosis or treatment.

  • Blister Treatments and Prevention - WebMD

    WebMD explains how to treat a blister and prevent a new one.

  • Blister - definition of blister by The Free Dictionary

    It was one anchorite's pride to lie naked in the mud and let the insects bite him and blister him unmolested; it was another's to lean against a rock, all day long ...

  • Blisters - NHS Choices

    Introduction . Blisters are small pockets of fluid that usually form in the upper layers of skin after it's been damaged. Blisters can develop anywhere on the body ...

  • Blister | Definition of Blister by Merriam-Webster

    Define blister: a raised area on the skin that contains clear liquid and that is caused by injury to the skin — blister in a sentence

  • Blister pack - Wikipedia

    Blister pack is a term for several types of pre-formed plastic packaging used for small consumer goods, foods, and for pharmaceuticals. The primary component of a ...

  • Blisters - Better Health Channel

    A blister is a small pocket of fluid in the upper skin layers and is one of the body's responses to injury or pressure. The feet are particularly prone to blisters.

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