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In military injuries, hand and face flash burns may occur without bum injury to other parts of the anatomy due to the protective effect of combat clothing. Associated blast injury may occur if the mode of injury is an explosion rather than domestic fire. Paediatric bums may be associated with accidentalor non-accidental injury. Immediate assessmentof the burned patient Depth of burning 1. Supeflcial burns (syn; 1st degree burn) are usually caused by non-boiling liquids, limited sunlight exposure and some chemicals.
Secondary tumours may be osteolytic or sclerotic and most will arise from primaries in the BONE LESIONS 31 breast, bronchus, colon, kidney and thyroid. Prostatic lesions typically produce sclerotic secondaries in bone. Histiocytosis 1. Eosinophilicgranulonta is a non-neoplastic destructive bone lesion whose aetiology remains uncertain. Cells of the mononuclear series, presumably Langerhans cells, are thought to be the tissue of origin and the lesion is rich in eosinophils. Painful bony destruction or pathological fractures occur, and constitutional symptoms such as a low grade flu-like illness with malaise, anorexia and pyrexia, recurrent otitis media and upper respiratory tract coryza are associated.
171) Odontogenic tumours(p. 285) Vascular lesions of the head and neck(p. 423) Revision points Chondrogenesis General features of benign tumours Osteogenesis BONE LESIONS 33 Facial bums may occuralone or in association with bums of the trunk, when the patient is upright and the flames travel upwards to the head, neck and scalp. Oral burns are uncommon injuries which present morefrequently in children. Associated inhalation or smoke injuries may occur. Pulmonary, thermal or toxic damage may occur.