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Early 20s male with skin disorder on foot

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • October 14, 2009
  • 11:38 PM

Symptoms: Sores/blisters red in color begin forming on feet. Over the course of the week, the skin collapses and breaks open leaving the foot filled with ulcers with pus leaking constantly. These only appear from the ankle bone down. (top of foot only). Has had this illness for 5 years. First it was twice a year, then it became constant, never healing. When it does "heal", scar tissue remains.

Diagnosis Given by various doctors:
1. Ezcema
2. Strange Healing Disease where the body attacks itself and tries to heal itself
3. Pruitus

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