Burn

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Burn

1. In printing, the time at which an image is put on a plate.

2. In film, a ghost of an image that remains after the image has disappeared.
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Grafting is necessary to "replace" skin lost from full-thickness burns.
The majority of them have suffered deep to full-thickness burns which have to be treated with skin grafts either from other areas of the injured men's bodies or by using freeze-dried tissue from the hospital's skin bank.
Assess for circumferential full-thickness burns of the extremities or trunk.
Autografting for full-thickness burns usually results in wound contraction and scar formation and the quality of the regenerated skin is very poor, limiting joint mobility and resulting in poor cosmetic outcomes.
Most of the injuries were hand abrasions, some of them equivalent to full-thickness burns in the skin.
This project is the logical next step in the perfection of this tissue-engineered product which is used in the treatment of full-thickness burns and other skin injuries.
Dermagraft-TC is the first human, fibroblast-derived temporary skin substitute for the treatment of partial and full-thickness burns being marketed in the United States.