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    1. Samuk

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      Doctors give trusted, helpful answers on causes, diagnosis, symptoms, treatment, and more: Dr. Duarte on small blisters on neck: See dermatologist because this can be several skin diseases.
    2. Faegar

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      Breast blister (BB), also referred to as keel cyst, is the inflammation of the sternal bursa along the keel bone of the chicken, in the breast area. It is usually seen in chickens who are sick or injured and spending most of their time lying down on their breast bone. It is also seen in commercial broiler chickens who are unable to stand due to their excessive weight, and therefore immobile.
    3. Fehn

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      Mar 28,  · "If the blister is large you might use a darning needle or pin — sterilized with alcohol or heat — to make a small hole at the lower part of the blister that allows the fluid to drain. Do this.
    4. Tygoll

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      I am recently having an issue with small bumps on my body that look like a tiny zit. They eventually turn into a small blister and then mulitply into blister clusters. They started on the inside of my arms and now are moving into my torso and legs. They eventually ooze a clear, Amber colored liquid and scab.
    5. Tot

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      Causes of milk blisters. Blebs and blisters are thought to be caused by milk within a duct that has been sealed over by the epidermis and has triggered an inflammatory response. The elementary cause of a blister on areola when nursing may be superfluity of milk, excessive pressure on that area of the breast, or the other usual causes of plugged.
    6. Tygojind

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      Aug 23,  · Blisters, sores, ulcers, rashes and other irritation in the vaginal area can have many different causes. You really need a doctor to examine you .
    7. Goltikora

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      Doctors give trusted, helpful answers on causes, diagnosis, symptoms, treatment, and more: Dr. Fowler on tiny blisters on chin: Possibly. But without seeing it there is no real way to tell. Show this to a doctor.
    8. Fenrikora

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      Benign disorders causing blisters and pustules in neonates. There are several benign disorders that may present within a few days of birth with blisters and pustules. These include: Congenital sucking blisters — blisters and erosions on the forearm, hands, and fingers caused by vigorous sucking by the fetus while in the womb.
    9. Nazahn

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      Sucking blister. The oval blister pictured here was present at birth and is a result of normal sucking behavior in utero. Sucking blisters are fairly common and are usually located on the forearm.

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