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1st and 2nd degree burns on young child's body

1st and 2nd degree burns on young child's body

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JOHN RADCLIFFE HOSPITAL / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY JOHN RADCLIFFE HOSPITAL / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

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First (red) & second degree burns on the body & leg of a young child. The degree of a burn refers to the debth of damage done to the skin. First degree affects only the outer layer (epidermis) of the skin. Second degree involves damage to both the epidermis & the dermis, the underlying layer consisting of connective tissue, blood, lymph, sensory nerve endings, sweat glands & ducts, hair follicles & sebaceous glands. Third degree burns affect the epidermis, dermis & damage tissue lying beneath the skin.

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