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Thin skin on shins, frequently bleeds. Not a diabetic, however

Thin skin on shins, frequently bleeds. Not a diabetic, however have spinal cord injury/ central cord syndrome. Retired P/O 56 yoa. Additional medical problem, Neuropathy of feet no know cause. Veteran who was exposed to toxic water at camp Lejuene, NC.
Tue, 5 Feb 2013
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Thin skin on shins, frequently bleeds. Not a diabetic, however