Burns and Sunburn

  • B. Heidtmann
  • O. Brandt


Burns are the third most common accident involving children in Germany. They follow only traffic accidents and drownings. There are correlations between the type of burn, the age of the patient and the socioeconomic status.


Reye Syndrome Staphylococcal Scald Skin Syndrome Polymorphic Light Eruption Subepidermal Blister Pediatric Dermatology 
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  • O. Brandt

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