Describe the characters of the vesicles, pustules and blebs.
Blebs formed on arms; pustules running into each other, beginning to shrink; matter oozing out.
Blebs larger and more numerous on hands and arms; purulent matter oozing out from some of the pustules.
As an occasional symptom there will be observed a few vesicles or blebs, containing blood, upon the skin.
Vesicles and blebs filled with blood form both on the skin and mucous membranes.
The inflammation spreads rapidly, and there is formation of blebs with much itching.
The blebs should be opened and the parts anointed or covered with a mild ointment.
Some bullae or blebs have formed in the vicinity of the gangrenous spot.
In the second degree the skin is red or bluish and is covered by blebs with clear hemorrhagic contents.
In frost bites of the third degree there are blebs and crusts which eventually mortify.