blood blister


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blood blister

[′bləd ‚blis·tər]
(medicine)
A blister that is filled with blood.
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The pressure from the nail being low made a blood blister.
That was a burst varicocsis, something like a blood blister or varicose vein, and it happens to chronic, hard drinkers.
The victim was left with serious injuries, including a cut above his left eye, blood blisters and serious swelling around the eye following the attack in January 2010.
But there may have been a clue in his revelation that he often pops blood blisters under his own toenails.
Adam, a salesman, said: "Just a few days ago I became really ill, having chest pains, being hot and sweaty with blood blisters on my hands and abdominal pains.
Adam, a model who wants to become an actor, said: "Just a few days ago I became really ill, having chest pains, being hot and sweaty with blood blisters on my hands and abdominal pains.
My legs always get these red dots on them that kind of look like blood blisters.
This week, they're pitching their portable clinic at the seaside resort of Weymouth, where Dr Dawn meets a man with blood blisters in a rather awkward place, and warns of the dangers of dodgy tattoos.
Like a rag doll in an invisible hand, Joan, 72, was dragged along the pavement - she has blood blisters to prove it - then sucked 6-7ft into the air.
Other signs include any unusual lump or sore lasting more than a few weeks, areas of the skin that have become itchy, tender or red in addition to the appearance of blood blisters.
Don't try this at home, though, as sucking so hard could make you choke and cause blood blisters in your mouth - and it could even make your lungs collapse as air is sucked back down into the straw when you let go.