The nurse is charting a skin assessment on the newly admitted client. The client has a palpable blood filled bump on their forehead from a fall. The nurse should chart this using what terminology?

 

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- Hematoma

- Vesicle

- Pustule

- Cyst

Rationale

Hematoma is a blood filled lesion. Vessicle is a clear fluid filled lesion. Pustule is a vesicle filled with white debris. A cyst is a vesicle with semisolid debris inside.

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