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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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Likewise, the US Air Force's devastation of most Japanese cities and the atomic bombing of Nagasaki and Hiroshima, condemning over 240,000 Japanese civilians to instant incineration or protracted painful deaths from radiation burns, leukemia and other related illnesses, were hailed by sections of the American public.
These include constipation, fatigue, hot flashes, loss of libido, nausea and vomiting, and radiation burns. A battery of appendices provide technical information such a acupressure and reflexology charts, yoga instructions and illustrations, and managing food portions.
Dwight Williams, Lance Monroe and Alberto Fonticiella, the center treats chronic and traumatic wounds that have not healed after 30 days of traditional treatments, including diabetic ulcers, lower leg ulcers, infections, pressure ulcers, gangrene, radiation burns, failing grafts and flaps and surgical wounds.
That the anger, the shame, the pain, the fear would be seared into my brain as deeply as the radiation burns seared my chest.
To our knowledge there are NO nurses doing x-rays or providing radiation therapy, yet these two groups sent to the legislators pictures of patients with terrible radiation burns and disfigurement, essentially implying that allowing nurses to be "unregulated" would result in more of these terrible outcomes.
The gel has been used as a treatment for radiation burns, sunburn, skin ulcers and other skin irritations.
On Saturday, two workers at the plant, who were previously hospitalized for possible radiation burns, were revealed to have been exposed to radiation levels close to the limit of 250 millisieverts.
Some workers at Fukushima are likely to have received higher doses of radiation (not only of I-131, but also of other, longer-lived, more dangerous radioisotopes, such as Cesium-137) than would activate the hormetic response; in March, three workers suffered radiation burns from highly radioactive water that breached their protective clothing.
Urgent efforts were under way to drain pools of highly radioactive water near the reactors, after several workers sustained radiation burns while installing cables as part of efforts to restore the critical cooling systems.
The progression goes down, the radiation burns your mouth and you can find it difficult to swallow."
I was in pain from the radiation burns and grumpy from getting up earlier to get ready to be transported.
In addition to stimulating immune function and increasing the effects of chemotherapy, hypnosis has also been used successfully to relieve chemotherapy related nausea and vomiting, decrease radiation burns, improve comfort, decrease suffering and depression and when necessary help the patient prepare for death.