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The depth of a burn injury may be classified as:
 
  a. localized or systemic.
  b. superficial, superficial partial thickness, deep partial thickness, or full thickness.
  c. electrical, chemical, or thermal.
  d. minor, moderate, or major.
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The vocabulary to classify the depth of burn is superficial, partial thickness, or full thickness. These terms refer to the effect of the burn injury. For example, is there a reaction in the area of the burn (localized) or throughout the body (systemic)? Electrical, chemical, or thermal are terms that refer to the cause of the burn injury. Minor, moderate, or major are terms that refer to the severity of the burn injury.
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