blood blister


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blood blister

[′bləd ‚blis·tər]
(medicine)
A blister that is filled with blood.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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This is definitely something your vet should take a look at as a blood blister occurs because of trauma before eventually being reabsorbed by the body.
Gary Keedy was suffering from a blood blister on his bowling hand
She has had a blood blister in her foot but is nearly over that so she should be back soon.
Alex: I had this blood blister on my finger and pro-skater-number-one popped it.
I was singing it so much I gave myself a blood blister on my tongue and I couldn't eat my Christmas dinner.
The seven-year-old picked up a blood blister on his backside when struggling to get to his feet after lying down in his box at Rosewell House just across the road from the racecourse.
Once was at the Olympic Games in 1948, when he pickled his feet too hard in potash permanganate and developed a blood blister on which it was impossible to run.
This feels good to another donkey, but to human skin it is most uncomfortable, especially the blood blister at the end.
A deer tick, before it becomes engorged with blood, looks likes a mole or blood blister. While the flat, eight-legged adults are less than one-tenth of an inch long, immature ticks (called nymphs) are about the size of a pinhead, and the larvae are nearly invisible.
Nala, from Co Derry, was suffering from a large blood blister and after it was drained, the buttons were sewn on using medical grade suture under anaesthetic.
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.