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November 23, 2017  
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  • Third-Degree Burn (Full Thickness Burn)

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    Third-degree burns are dry and leathery in appearance. The skin may look pearly white and waxy, or it may look mahogany, brown or black. The skin may look charred, and blood vessels underneath the skin may also appear charred.

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