Photographs of Heroin Track Marks?

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Photographs of heroin track marks help police and doctors learn the signs of heroin use. Users of heroin will usually have lines of tiny injection marks on their arms where they have administered the drug numerous times. This results in scaring to the skin which is visible and easy to detect. Heroin is an opioid drug which is formed from opium poppy. Heroin is very similar to morphine but is considered an illegal drug and is not available through legitimate means.
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Heroin track marks are lines that are characterised by small dots or holes along a vein, typically on the arms, or any ware around injection points These marks ...
Track marks are the marks that from when an individual injects drugs like heroin on a regular basis. They look like scarring along the injection site. Fresh track ...
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