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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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Eriksson, "Graft site malignancy following treatment of full-thickness burn with cultured epidermal autograft," Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, vol.
Full-thickness burns include third- and fourth-degree burns.
"Autologous engineered skin substitutes offer an alternative therapy for closure of extensive, excised, full-thickness burns," Steven Boyce, Ph.D., said at the annual meeting of the American Burn Association.
Pyoderma gangrenosum and full-thickness burns: is there a problem of differential diagnosis.
Case report: The use of dermal substitute in the reconstruction of full-thickness burns to the penis, Wounds 2005; 17(6):153-156.
The criteria for inpatient treatment was burns over >10% of total body surface area; burns on the face, hand, foot, perineum, or major joints; circular burns on extremities; full-thickness burns over 5% of the total body surface area; and electrical/ chemical burns.
I was given a 50/50 chance of surviving my burns, including 30 percent full-thickness burns. The point is, as Rick says, don't crash in a plane with fuel in front of the cockpit.
Colostomy was performed either prophylactically in children with severe, deep partial- or full-thickness burns of the peri-anal area to prevent soiling of the wound, as well as in those with loose frequent stools, or therapeutically as part of the management where continual faecal soiling had led to progressive wound or systemic sepsis, repeated graft loss or donor site infections despite maximal local and enteral care.
Paul Campbell Allen suffered around 60% full-thickness burns in the fire at his flat in Trinity Square in Llandudno.
In 2004 NS was introduced into the Red Cross War Memorial Children's Hospital burns unit as the preferred treatment for moderate to major partial- and full-thickness burns. Because of the potential cost implications, an audit was performed to evaluate the cost effectiveness of NS compared with standard treatment methods.
The victims had full-thickness burns after hot knives, heated to at least 70C, were applied to their backs inscribing the word "Wakey" four to five inches high.