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  1. #1 Comparing a wheal and a blister 
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    Is a wheal from an Intradermal Injection comparable with a blister? Are they similar to each other?
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    Would this happen to be a homework question?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Paleoichneum View Post
    Would this happen to be a homework question?
    Nope, it's not. Just a little research i'm doing for myself.
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    Have you checked out the definitions for each? From what I am seeing wheals dont usually ivolve serum (plasma) under the skin, which is what defines a blister.
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