deep partial-thickness burn

deep par·tial-thick·ness burn

(dēp pahr'shăl-thik'nĕs bŭrn)
A burn or thermal injury that destroys cells from the epidermis to the deep dermal layer.
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Deep partial-thickness burn injury may have a prolonged healing process that could require surgical intervention.
With deep partial-thickness burns (also known as second degree), the epidermis and most of the dermis are destroyed; some of the reticular dermis will remain.
This multicenter clinical study was designed to assess the safety and utility of StrataGraft([R]) skin tissue in the treatment of patients with second degree, deep partial-thickness burns.
It is being evaluated in a multicenter clinical study designed to assess its safety and utility in the treatment of patients with second-degree deep partial-thickness burns.
The multicenter clinical study is assessing the safety and utility of StrataGraft([R]) skin substitute in the treatment of patients with second degree, deep partial-thickness burns.
The clinical study demonstrated that AlloDerm tissue functions as a permanent dermal transplant in full-thickness and deep partial-thickness burns.
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