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what happens if you inject alcohol into a vein?

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Dr. Gabriel Goren
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Alcohol: Is a strong sclerosing agent, namely it will close the veins. It is used by some for what is called a-v malformations. It is dangerous as it can cause slough of skin. Associated with severe pain and watch for intoxication.
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