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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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As shown above, applying hot steam to the skin for one second produces a partial superficial burn, a seconddegree - type A burn, characterized by the histopathological modifications described such as the presence of coagulation necrosis in the epidermis and the superficial papillary dermis.
The majority of patients had mixed (Superficial + Deep) burn (63.9%), 31.3% had superficial burn, while only 5.0% had deep burn alone.
In one previous incident, said the judge, Maguire held an iron against Mr Scott's face causing a superficial burn.
"The doctors said it was a superficial burn and putting him in cold water helped.
A superficial burn, like sunburn, involves only the outermost difficulty you to layer of skin and usually heals well if first aid is given quickly.
North West Wales coroner Dewi Pritchard Jones said a post-mortem report showed Mr Selway had superficial burn marks all over his body and face.
Mr Hughes said Mr Davies suffered only a superficial burn mark, the operation had removed the cancer and he made a very good recovery and returned home.
"The male involved suffered superficial burns to his legs and hands and we have confirmed his injuries are not life threatening.
"Superficial burns all the way up to significant traumas come through our facility during the holiday," said Dr.
A male involved in the incident sustained superficial burns to his face.
It is understood a man suffered superficial burns to his hands and legs.

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