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11.5% of the posts that mention Eschar also mention Scab (72 posts)

Eschar

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eschar ( Greek: eschara, "scab") is a slough or piece of necrosis that is cast off from the surface of the skin, particularly after a burn (injury), but also seen in gangrene, Ulcer (dermatology), mycosis, Brown recluse spider, and exposure to cutaneous anthrax. Black eschars are most com... Read more on Wikipedia
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eschar ( Greek: eschara, "scab") is a slough or piece of necrosis that is cast off from the surface of the skin, particularly after a burn (injury), but also seen in gangrene, Ulcer (dermatology), mycosis, Brown recluse spider, and exposure to cutaneous anthrax. Black eschars are most com... Read more on Wikipedia

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the eschar and put neosporin on it daily and covered...
...and so it formed the scab that was preventing it from forming granulation tissue at the base. So, I removed the eschar and put neosporin on it daily and covered...
now. Her arm has its Eschar (scab) formed and nice and...
...again now. Her arm has its Eschar (scab) formed and nice and pink ...the outside. Im hoping this time that the wart thing will not appear again. Like I've said before the first time it...
some of the scabbing and then went in for a scar revision....
...hard and deep eschar. Went on IV ...10 days Zyvox (got thrush too!) ...save both expanders! I had a great wound care visiting nurse to help get rid of some of the scabbing and then went in fo...
that is beginning to have the eschar come off now. If you...
...than coming off in a scab as usually happens. This time I'm treating two spots, and one is very much the typical volcano-type sore that is beginning to have the eschar come off now. If you...
leaving uncovered.  Over a period of 20 days, a thick black...
...use neosporin and keep covered.  One week later, redness had surrounded nickel-sized hole.  Fearing infection, I returned to surgeon who assured me no infection but did drain a seroma which was ben...
is probably the eschar/scab from the burn. It's possible...
The dry/tight feeling is probably the eschar/scab from the burn. It's possible you damaged some nerve fibers in your hand....
yellow is eschar (moist scab) dead tissue. It comes from...
The yellow is eschar (moist scab) dead tissue. It comes from ...keep it covered? With the eschar there it takes longer for...
removed. There may be an eschar that appears black, but if...
...removed. There may be an eschar that appears black, but if ...not exposed, and there is eschar( big black scab) then eschar should be debrided( trimmed away)...
you will shed the eschar- essentially a scab of sorts where...
Sometimes around day 12 you will shed the eschar- essentially a scab of sorts where the placenta had attached. That can be kind of mucus-y...
throat is called eschar tissue. Its basicly just a scab....
...stuff in the back of your throat is called eschar tissue. Its basicly just a scab. It should come off gradually. If later there is...
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