Burns of Special Areas

  • Wang Shi-liang
  • Li Ngao


Burns in certain regions of the body present several special problems and need specific treatment.


Skin Graft Skin Flap Perineal Region Scar Contracture Silver Sulfadiazine 
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  • Li Ngao

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