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It is possible to find pictures of fever blisters at online health or medical information sources like WebMD and MedicineNet. Fever blisters, also referred to as cold sores, can develop on the lip and around the mouth. T... More »

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Treatments for lip blisters, or cold sores, include applying topical medications, taking oral pills, using medicated mouthwash and fortifying the diet with supplements and vitamins such as vitamin C, which helps build th... More »

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Some online sources that have close up pictures of herpes cold sore blisters are WebMD and MedicineNet. These sites, which deal with many medical topics and conditions,have a variety of pictures that show fever blisters ... More »

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As of September 2015, the websites for MedicineNet, the American Academy of Dermatology and WebMD have pictures of pityriasis rosea. The MedicineNet photo shows a torso rash. The accompanying text details the condition's... More »

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Healthline, MedicineNet and WebMD feature images of stomach rashes on their websites. Causes of rashes on the stomach include contact dermatitis, psoriasis, eczema, impetigo and certain autoimmune diseases, according to ... More »

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Some online sources that have close up pictures of herpes cold sore blisters are WebMD and MedicineNet. These sites, which deal with many medical topics and conditions,have a variety of pictures that show fever blisters ... More »

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