A long-term psychosocial follow-up study of burned adults.


A clinical psychiatric follow-up study of 70 burned adults was performed 3-13 years after the burn injury. The majority of patients had minor injuries. Twenty-three percent suffered from definite psychosocial problems at follow up. Patients with severe injuries more often had problems (44%) than patients with minor injuries (16%). Outcome was not related to… (More)


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