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Blisters and Phytophotodermatitis

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41.2% of the posts that mention Phytophotodermatitis also mention Blisters (14 posts)

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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 Blood serum or plasma. However, blisters can be filled with blood (know... Read more on Wikipedia

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Phytophotodermatitis

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Phytophotodermatitis (also known as "Berloque dermatitis") is a chemical reaction which makes skin hypersensitive to ultraviolet light. It is frequently mistaken for hereditary conditions such as atopic dermatitis or chemical burns, but it is caused by contact with the photosensitizing compou... Read more on Wikipedia
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What patients are saying about Blisters and Phytophotodermatitis

14 patient discussions from healthcare websites and blogs
sex life I have phytophotodermatitis, and had an incident...
phytophotodermatitis treatment ruining sex life I have phytophotodermatitis, and had an incident which covered most of my body in horrible rashes and blisters. The doctors gave me some...
Phytophotodermatitis! But without the blisters! Check...
...my hands are more likely Phytophotodermatitis! But without the blisters! Check this webpage (figure 3) ...After almost 4 weeks, my freckles are finally disappearing! I...
Phytophotodermatitis! But without the blisters! Check...
...my hands are more likely Phytophotodermatitis! But without the blisters! Check this webpage (figure 3) ...news!! After almost 4 weeks, my freckles are finally disappearing! I...
may be having phytophotodermatitis. It may be due to...
...friend may be having phytophotodermatitis. It may be due ...There is erythema with bullae in linear form. There ...there is itching ,give her antihistaminics like levocetirizine. She will ...
phytophotodermatitis, an itchy, burning inflammation that...
...sap, when it comes in contact with human skin, causes phytophotodermatitis, an itchy, burning inflammation that creates blisters, discoloration and scarring. The burn can take months to...
me they were water blisters but i think that is untrue....
...told me they were water blisters but i think that is ...I don't think it is Phytophotodermatitis as that occurs mostly on ...the tips but the worse blisters always seem to be my...
causes phytophotodermatitis. You have my sympathy, I...
...leaves of wild parsnip causes phytophotodermatitis. You have my sympathy, I ...weeks & weeks after the blisters went down. I don't think ...to open and drain the blisters as that could lead...
skin started peeling and blistering after going in the sun,...
...skin started peeling and blistering after going in the ...apparantly it's a condition called phytophotodermatitis, and with hindsight, i would ...but i still got phytophotodermatitis (god, th...
bit at worst, and do not experience huge ballooning blisters...
...treatment) either, but a phytophotodermatitis caused by the reaction ...in my life; I usually go pink for a day and itch a bit at worst, and do not experience huge ballooning blisters with a lev...
can cause blisters, burns and blindness. Authorities are...
...and a touch can cause blisters, burns and blindness. Authorities are ...and contains toxins, which cause phytophotodermatitis, a skin hypersensitivity to ultraviolet...
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