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Need skin grafting after a burn wound. Painful joints with white bumps. What are these?

I fell into a campfire pit and received third degree burns on my left hand, the original doctors in St Regions Hospital in St Paul said I needed skin grafting especially on my ring finger and middle finger...but upon getting home the doctor I went to see opted not to go that route and see how I healed......with whirlpool and therapy........ I am now healed outwardly but experience a lot of other issues and now in this past 2 weeks am getting bumps with a hard white center that is painful across the first joints below the nails it looks like milia
Asked On : Sat, 20 Apr 2013
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The bumps with the hard white center are not likely to be related to the burns that you had. The treatment of the burn contracture scar depends on the extent of contracture that you have suffered. A physical examination is necessary in such cases.
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Answered: Sat, 20 Apr 2013
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