Discoloration Post Ambulatory Phlembectomy on left foot. Will this go away with time, its been a year or can laser help? (Photo)
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Microphlebectomy and hyperpigmentation
What you do have is red purple discoloration of the toes and this is common in sympathetic disorders or disorders of sympathetic dysfunction like hyperhidrosis or Raynaud's - read the book about Raynaud's on the link below.
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Doubt that these foot findings are due to ambulatory phlebotomy.
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