What Do Pressure Sores Look like?

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Pressure sores have a distinct loss of tissue on the area where they occur thus exposing the under layers of muscles and bone. The area is often red in colour and sometimes appears as a blister or open sore.
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Cold sores look like scabs or open blisters directly on someone's lip or where the lip and skin meet together. They can be very painful.
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limited or compromised blood flow to the skin tissue caused by pressure.
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