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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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Deep partial thickness burns are similar to second degree burns in humans but there are usually no blisters.
29 reported a study on 27 patients with partial thickness burn wounds treated either with gauze dressings saturated with Aloe vera gel.
The back of her thighs have healed, as have some partial thickness burns to parts of her face, chin and legs--but her buttocks, abdomen, back and chest wounds are open, clean and granulating.
Concurrently, with the addition of the donor site and venous ulcer trial, management has decided that the trial design for the partial thickness burn trial should be modified to more appropriately reflect the current trends in treatment of second degree burns.
He had suffered 90 to 98 percent partial thickness burns on his legs, face, arms, chest and stomach.
The first was a 5-year-old child who sustained 4% partial thickness burns to the lower face and neck.

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