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  • Full-thickness (3rd-degree) burn

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    Full-thickness (3rd-degree) burn

    Most of the third finger has a full-thickness burn, where the skin is dark and leathery. The base of the finger has vesicles, bullae, and redness, indicating that this part of the finger has a partial-thickness burn.

    Image provided by Steven E. Wolf, MD.