Blister

A blister is a small pocket of fluid within the upper layers of the skin, typically caused by forceful rubbing (friction), burning, freezing, chemical exposure or infection. Most blisters are filled with a clear fluid called serum or plasma. However, blisters can be filled with blood (known as blood blisters) or with pus (if they become infected)....
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Blister

An enclosed raised spot evident on the surface of a building. They are mainly caused by the expansion of trapped air, water vapor, moisture or other gases.
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blister

(blisĀ“tәr) a vesicle, especially a bulla. blood blister a vesicle having bloody contents, as may be caused by a pinch or bruise. fever blister herpes febrilis. water blister one with clear watery contents.
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Blister

(F poches d'air, R basica, umflatura) A local separation of a surface layer causing a raised area on the surface with a cavity below, usually happening in flat roofs
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blister

[n] - (pathology) an elevation of the skin filled with serous fluid 2. [v] - scorch with words 3. [v] - get blistered
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Blister

• (v. i.) To be affected with a blister or blisters; to have a blister form on. • (v. t.) To give pain to, or to injure, as if by a blister. • (n.) A vesicatory; a plaster of Spanish flies, or other matter, applied to raise a blister. • (v. t.) To raise a blister or blisters upon. • (n.) A vesicle of the skin, containing wa...
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blister

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

Blis'ter intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Blistered ; present participle & verbal noun Blistering .] To be affected with a blister or blisters; to have a blister form on. « Let my tongue blister . Shak....
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Blister

Blis'ter noun [ Middle English ; akin to OD. bluyster , from the same root as blast , bladder , blow . See Blow to eject wind.] 1. A vesicle of the skin, containing watery matter or serum, whether occasioned by a burn or other injury, or by a vesicatory; a co...
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Blister

Blis'ter transitive verb 1. To raise a blister or blisters upon. « My hands were blistered . Franklin. » 2. To give pain to, or to injure, as if by a blister. « This tyrant, whose sole name blisters our tongue. Shak. »
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blister

1. A vesicle of the skin, containing watery matter or serum, whether occasioned by a burn or other injury, or by a vesicatory; a collection of serous fluid causing a bladderlike elevation of the cuticle. 'And painful blisters swelled my tender hands.' (Grainger) ... 2. Any elevation made by the separation of the film or skin, as on plants; or by th...
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Blister

A collection of fluid underneath the top layer of skin (epidermis). One that is more than 5 mm in diameter with thin walls and is full of watery fluid is called a bulla or a bleb. There are many causes of blisters including burns , vesicant agents, friction forces, and diseases of the skin.
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blister

a fluid filled bump.
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blister

a fluid filled bump.
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blister

a fluid-filled bump.
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blister

A fluid-filled sac in the outer layer of skin. It can be caused by rubbing, heat, or diseases of the skin. Also called skin vesicle.
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Blister

A pocket of air between the marquetry assembly and the base board; such a fault needs to be sorted out before you start rubbing down and polishing. Cut into the blister with the point of the scalpel, then squeeze a small amount of white PVA glue into the cavity and reclamp.
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blister

a raised area on the skin containing fluid. The fluid can be blood or serum, the clear liquid portion of the blood.
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blister

A raised area, often dome shaped, resulting from (1) loss of adhesion between a coating or deposit and the base metal or (2) delamination under the pressure of expanding gas trapped in a metal in a near-subsurface zone. Very small blisters may be called pinhead blisters or pepper blisters.
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blister

A raised area, often dome shaped, resulting from (1) loss of adhesion between a coating or deposit and the base metal or (2) delamination under the pressure of expanding gas trapped in a metal in a near-subsurface zone. Very small blisters may be called pinhead blisters or pepper blisters
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blister

a rounded elevation of the skin containing clear fluid, caused by a separation either between layers of the epidermis or between the epidermis and ... [1 related articles]
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Blister

A shallow blow with a thin film of the metal over it appearing on the surface of a casting.
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Blister

A swelling of the crust of a lava flow formed by the puffing-up of gas or vapor beneath the flow. Blisters are about 1 meter in diameter and hollow.
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Blister

A swelling of the crust of a lava flow formed by the puffing-up of gas or vapor beneath the flow. Blisters are about 1 meter in diameter and hollow.
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blister

A thin walled structure containing fluid or air such as vesicles and bullae.
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