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Affecting nondominant side

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  • Full-thickness skin loss due to burn [third degree NOS] of two or more digits of hand, not including thumb
  • Full-thickness skin loss due to burn [third degree NOS] of unspecified site of face and head
  • Full-thickness skin loss due to burn [third degree NOS] of unspecified site of hand
  • Full-thickness skin loss due to burn [third degree NOS] of unspecified site of lower limb
  • Full-thickness skin loss due to burn [third degree NOS] of unspecified site of trunk
  • Full-thickness skin loss due to burn [third degree NOS] of unspecified site of upper limb
  • Full-thickness skin loss due to burn [third degree NOS] of upper arm
  • Full-thickness skin loss due to burn [third degree NOS] of upper limb, except wrist and hand
  • Full-thickness skin loss due to burn [third degree NOS] of wrist
  • Full-thickness skin loss due to burn [third degree NOS] of wrist(s) and hand(s)
  • Full-thickness skin loss due to burn [third degree NOS], unspecified site
  • Fuller's earth

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