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  1. Burn Evaluation What is a burn evaluation? A burn is a type of injury to the skin and/or other tissues. The skin is the largest organ ... burn assessment What are the different types of burns? The types of burns are based on the ...
  2. ... food, such as Crohn's disease and malabsorption disorders Burns over a large area of your body Thyroid ...
  3. ... to find infections in open wounds or on burn injuries Test procedure: A health care professional uses ...
  4. ... important functions, including how your body uses and burns energy (metabolism). Other names: thyrocalcitonin, CT, human calcitonin, ...
  5. ... by dehydration (too little fluid in your body), burns, certain medicines, a high protein diet, or other ...
  6. ... your hands. Because of reduced sensation, you can burn your feet without knowing it. To protect your ...
  7. ... of immunoglobulins, it may indicate: Kidney disease Severe burn injury Complications from diabetes Malnutrition Sepsis Leukemia If ...
  8. ... indicate a problem with the body's ability to burn energy. Diabetics are at a higher risk for ...
  9. ... you don't get enough physical activity to burn off what you eat, you will likely gain ...
  10. ... disease , a disorder of the adrenal glands Injuries, burns , or surgery that can cause your cells to ...
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