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Classification of Burns - Medical Animation
 
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Classification of Burns - Medical Animation
This 3D animation depicts burns, which are skin injuries caused by heat, chemicals, electricity, or radiation. Types of burns are shown, including first-degree/superficial burns, second-degree/partial thickness burns, third-degree/full thickness burns, and fourth-degree burns.

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