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is a chemical burn permanent and how can it be treated?

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Dr. Yakub Pothiawala
25 years experience Family Medicine
Burn: Treatment of chemical burn depends on how extensive and how deep injury is. Yes there are the treatments but one has to consult dermatologist or plastic surgeon.
Answered on Mar 13, 2015
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