blood blister

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  • Common areas that suffer from blood blisters include the hands and feet.
  • Blood blisters also may occur with constant rubbing back and forth.
  • Blood Blisters started out as a cover band playing Iron Maiden exclusively.
  • A picture of a blood blister on the bottom of a teenagers foot.
  • Some blood blisters can be extremely painful due to bruising where the blister occurred.
  • When the cause is abrasion, moleskin can be used to prevent blood blisters from forming.
  • During that race, he developed a 2 inch blood blister.
  • Because of this, baseball pitchers and drummers often contract blood blisters on the fingers.
  • Blood blisters can also arise from forcible human contact, including grappling.
  • Photo of Anthony's blood blister on his left index finger.
  • At the same time, Blood Blisters were creating a strong following within the Patan, Lalitpur area.
  • A blood blister is a type of blister that forms when subdermal tissues and blood vessels are damaged without piercing the skin.
  • They knew that his arm and shoulder hurt fearfully at times, but never a complaint did they hear from him, although he was all sympathy over the blood-blisters and cut hands of their own mishaps. Cited from Boy Scouts of the Air on Lost Island,Gordon Stuart
  • Blood blisters are commonly caused by accidents in which the skin is pinched by a tool, mechanism, or heavy weight without protective gear.
  • He was then paddled with the whipping paddle upon the bottom of his feet, by old Master Jack, until blood blisters arose, when he took his knife and opened them. Cited from Thirty Years a Slave, by Louis Hughes
  • There are also blood blister-like aneurysms as these are known to be located in the supraclinoid internal carotid artery and have been recognized as having unique pathological and clinical features.
  • There are several methods of healing blood blisters, including elevation of the wound, application of a cold pack, and application of padded dressings or splints.
  • Angina bullosa haemorrhagica is a condition of the mucous membranes characterized by the sudden appearance of one or more blood blisters within the oral cavity.
  • She was Canadian, her hands were useful, there were tiny blood-blisters on the left thumb and index finger, and the skin was roughened and torn minutely, evidently by some sharp instrument. Cited from Laughing Bill Hyde and Other Stories, by Rex Beach
  • At the end of his brickmaking, our adventurer found himself with a tolerable suit of clothes -- somewhat darned -- on his back, several blood-blisters in his palms, and some verdigris coppers in his pocket. Cited from Israel Potter, by Herman Melville