A vesicle is a small clear blister-like eruption on the skin that eventually ruptures, ulcerates, crusts over, and heals without scarring unless it becomes secondarily infected with a bacterial germ. Typical examples of vesicles are the lesions of chickenpox and Herpes lesions (for example, fever blisters).

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