bullous reaction

bullous reaction

superficial blister or bulla formation at an injection site with separation at the dermoepidermal junction; e.g. due to overrapid delivery of local anaesthetic solution
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3) A bullous reaction mimicking pemphigus in a lepromatous patient was described by Petro; in this patient, constitutional features and neuritis were absent, and histopathological examination from the lesion was not done, so the final diagnosis is uncertain.
Allergic reactions can range from localized urticaria to bullous reaction to, in rare cases, anaphylaxis (Thomas, 2004).
Depending on the extent of the inflammatory reaction prior to the hyperpigmentation, no treatment may be needed for mild cases, but for more extreme bullous reactions, systemic steroids may be used.