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burned victims….and normal skin function?

I’m not sure where to post this question, so i’ve cross posted into
two other groups.

I’m well aware that the skin of burned victims become permanently
scarred, but I was wondering if the burned skin loses all it’s
function. Does the scarred skin still produces sweat via sweat glands
and still produce sebum via sebum glands? Or does the scarred skin
lose complete functioning in producing new sweat/sebum glands to
release sweat\sebum-oil?

derg

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One Response to “burned victims….and normal skin function?”

  1. admin says:

    Hi, john!

    yes,the burned skin produces only scars.and scars lose all the function of
    skin,no sweat,no sebum,no sensation,and no elastic.

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