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Burn / Scald, Second-Degree

definition

Second-degree burns involve the entire epidermis, resulting in erythema and blistering. The skin is painful to the touch and may be moist with exsudate. Hypertrophic scarring and postinflammatory hypo- or hyperpigmentation may occur.

synonyms

Burn / Scald, Second-Degree, Combustion / Ambustion, Second-Degree

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15 images found for this diagnose diagnosis: Burn / Scald, Second-Degree, Burn / Scald, Third-Degree localisation: upper leg, diagnosis: Burn / Scald, Second-Degree localisation: hands, finger, diagnosis: Burn / Scald, Second-Degree localisation: back of the hands, diagnosis: Burn / Scald, Second-Degree localisation: back of the hands, diagnosis: Burn / Scald, Second-Degree localisation: back of the hands, diagnosis: Burn / Scald, Second-Degree localisation: back of the hands, diagnosis: Burn / Scald, Second-Degree localisation: back of the hands, diagnosis: Burn / Scald, Second-Degree diagnosis: Burn / Scald, Second-Degree localisation: back of the feet, diagnosis: Burn / Scald, Second-Degree localisation: back of the feet, heel, diagnosis: Burn / Scald, Second-Degree localisation: upper leg, diagnosis: Burn / Scald, Second-Degree localisation: trunk, diagnosis: Burn / Scald, Second-Degree localisation: lower arms, diagnosis: Burn / Scald, Second-Degree localisation: face, diagnosis: Burn / Scald, Second-Degree