Skin care of the healed burned patient.


Many complications beset the skin formed over burn wounds, whether by primary re-epithelialization or grafting techniques, and these can evolve over days to decades. Mechanisms by which re-epithelializations, reattachment, and remodeling may result in skin prone to blistering, dryness, itching, contact dermititis, photosensitivity, and hypertrophic changes… (More)


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