blisterform oral lesions

blisterform oral lesions,

n well-defined, fluid-filled lesions in the oral cavity; may appear as pustules, vesicles, or bullae; characterized by elevation above the level of the surface where they are found, blisterform oral lesions are typically see-through and soft. Color varies according to content of blister, which may include blood, serum, mucin, or suppuration; ranges in size from less than 1 cm in diameter to larger than 1 cm in diameter.