Management of a Patient With Faciocervical Burns and Inhalational Injury Due to Hydrofluoric Acid Exposure

Hydrofluoric acid, a highly dangerous substance, can cause tissue damage and systemic toxicity by its unique mechanisms. Many cases of severe faciocervical burns due to hydrofluoric acid exposure are lethal. Herein, we present a case of 37-year-old man who suffered from hydrofluoric acid burns to his face, anterior neck, lips, and nasal cavity

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Management of a Patient With Faciocervical Burns and Inhalational Injury Due to Hydrofluoric Acid Exposure

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