adj., Producing blisters on the skin. n., Substance that causes blisters on the skin
causes blistering of the skin or membrane
A chemical blister agent which injures the eyes and the lungs and burns or blisters the skin. Examples are HD, L, and CX.
a chemical agent that causes blistering
a chemical that causes extensive tissue damage and blistering if it escapes from the vein
a counter-irritant which raises blisters - such as cantharides
a drug or other agent that produces blisters
a blistering agent.
a substance that causes blisters or sores (i.e., poison oak or ivy).
An agent that causes blistering: Poison Ivy, Buttercup and Clematis.
A substance that causes the skin to blister
a chemical which, if it can escape from the vein, causes extensive tissue damage, with vesicle formation or blistering.
Affects immune system and reactivity due to its ability to, which when applied to the skin, cause blistering and the formation of vesicles and draw the deeper fluids to the surface in the form of blisters. Vesicants should be used with great caution. to top of page
Causes inflammation of skin, blisters
An agent that causes blistering, such as poison ivy.
A medication or agent that may cause blistering.