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Perineal and genital burns 

Perineal and genital burns
Perineal and genital burns

James Warbrick-Smith

and Peter Drew

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date: 26 January 2021

Burns to the perineal area and genitals are normally found in the context of widespread burn damage, and are uncommon in isolation. Causes, challenges, and the initial management of genital burns are discussed.

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