First-degree burn. Definition

Medical Definition: first-degree burn

Those are called epidermal burns. The typical clinical sign is erythema, the skin is looking red, erythematous, exudative not. Throughout its evolution no blisters or blisters usually appear. May annoy but do not cause too much pain. After four or five days resolve spontaneously after a process of shedding furfuraceous. The most common cause is usually excessive or prolonged sun exposure.

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