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Thermography of an Electircal Injury Patient.

Central hyperthermic areas of entrance and exit in electrical injury. The permanent hyperthermic damage is surrounded by vasoconstrictive hypothermia. Only after increasing the thermal sensitivity (right) the lesions were identified. This "button hole" sign is exclusively seen in electrical injury.