Sunburn

Published on 11/06/2015 by admin

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Acute sunburn of face of child.

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Acute sunburn on arm of child. Note the sharp demarcation due to protective clothing.

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Sunburn with vesiculation on neck of adolescent.

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Sunburn on back of adolescent. Note uninvolved skin protected by clothing.

CLINICAL FEATURES

Sunburn occurs readily in fair-skinned children and correlates with the amount of melanin pigment in the epidermis.

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