Causes of Blisters

Actinic prurigo [top]

Allergic contact dermatitis [top]

Bullous Sweet's syndrome [top]

Bullous drug reaction [top]

Bullous erythema multiforme [top]

Bullous impetigo [top]

Bullous lichen planus [top]

Bullous pemphigoid [top]

Bullous tinea [top]

Bullous vasculitis [top]

Chronic bullous dermatitis of childhood [top]

Dermatitis herpetiformis [top]

Diabetic bullae [top]

Dyshidrotic eczema [top]

Epidermolysis bullosa [top]

Epidermolysis bullosa acquisita [top]

Friction blisters [top]

Herpes simplex [top]

IgA pemphigus [top]

Insect bite reaction [top]

Linear IgA disease [top]

Lymphangioma [top]

Miliaria crystallina [top]

Mucous membrane pemphigoid [top]

Oedema blisters [top]

PUVA blisters [top]

Pemphigoid gestationis [top]

Pemphigus foliaceus [top]

Pemphigus vulgaris [top]

Phototoxic drug reaction [top]

Poison ivy [top]

Polymorphic light eruption [top]

Porphyria cutanea tarda [top]

Pressure blister [top]

Pseudoporphyria [top]

Shingles [top]

Stevens-Johnson syndrome [top]

Toxic epidermal necrolysis [top]