Blistering Skin Disorders
Also called vesicles or bullae, small patches of separated skin layers, with fluid between them, most commonly caused by friction. Can also be reaction to heat, chemical, and allergic reaction.
Blocked Tear Ducts
When the openings into the nasolacrimal duct have not formed properly, causing tears to pool in baby's eye, drain down the eyelid and cheek, or cause mucus or yellowish discharge.