blood blister


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blood blister

[′bləd ‚blis·tər]
(medicine)
A blister that is filled with blood.
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2: Blood and the liquid contents of blood blisters are submitted for culture.
Aston Villa striker tried to burst a blood blister on his toe with a drill.
He found he had a blood blister and a small cut which was bleeding heavily and saw two youths walking off at speed.
Certainly, Jane Aston didn't - not until the mousetrap that is one of the props snapped onto the middle finger of her left hand, giving her an outsize bruise on most of it and a big blood blister at the top.
He had a blood blister on his finger the size of a walnut and that's why he had to eventually exit the game.
It's a blood blister which has got to disperse but it's nothing serious.
Last Sunday I was still suffering from a nasty blood blister - the result of being too frugal with the vaseline on my 18-miler the weekend before - so I didn't do any running at all.
He used a power drill to drill through his toenail and drain a blood blister.
Escobar (3-2) pitched well despite developing a blood blister on the middle finger of his right hand that limited his night to five innings and 72 pitches.
The leg swelled up and he had a nasty blood blister, but the leg was not thought to be broken.
The lump could also be a blood blister which happens when dogs shake their heads a lot (like with an ear infection).
The following day a CT scan performed at CUH revealed Dr Long had suffered a blood blister brain aneurysm.