What Is Skin Necrosis?

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Skin necrosis is a condition that usually results in the death of the skin tissue. The condition occurs mainly when insufficient blood and oxygen are supplied to a given skin area. The main causes are wide hematomas and seromas that are left unnoticed and untreated for a long period of time, cigarette smoking and infections.
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1. Consult your doctor as soon as you notice any areas on your body that might be skin necrosis. In its early stages, skin will turn a purple color, then eventually black. If you
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TENS is pretty bad. go to dermnet or American Academy of Dermatology for more details
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( nə′krō·səs ) (medicine) Death of a cell or group of cells as a result of injury, disease, or other pathologic state.
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Heparin-induced skin necrosis (heparin necrosis) is a rare complication of heparin injections either at the injection site or distant sites, in which there is death of skin cells
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