What are liquid filled bumps on skin?

Answer Liquid-filled bumps underneath the skin are known as blisters and may be caused by diseases such as dyshidrosis, herpes simplex, impetigo or chicken pox. With time, the liquid inside the blister dr... Read More »

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What Is the Liquid in Liquid Filled Auto Gauges?

Standard auto gauges have no liquid filling and are sufficient for daily use. Gauges in high-performance or heavy use vehicles are often filled with certain liquids to reduce shock and enhance accu... Read More »

Can chocolate cause a full-body skin rash with red swollen bumps or - on mild days - small red bumps?

Chocolate allergies have several possible symptoms. A red bumpy rash is among them. Some others are: Headaches Migraines Hay Fever Hives Heartburn Rectal itching Confusion Breathing problemsSee t... Read More »

Teeny, tiny fluid-filled bumps on my fingers?

The small blisters you describe, filled with clear fluid are a form of dermatitis called pompholyx, also known as vesicular eczema (a vesicle is small fluid filled sac). Pompholyx is the preferred ... Read More »

How to Use a Liquid Filled Compass?

Liquid-filed compasses use a liquid capsule with a magnetic needle that always points north. The compasses are often manufactured with a base plate that includes a ruler. There can also have a dial... Read More »