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What are causes for swollen foot/ankle, no discoloration (male, 53, frequent flier, desk job)? What specialization should I see?
I have a discoloration to my ankles, color is reddish and resembles small pin points..What could it be?
Hemosideran deposit: With a condition we call chronic venous insufficiency, there can be a small amount of blood that can leak out of smaller veins. The blood is absorbed by your body, but the pigment gets left behind. It is like having a very small tattoo, which is permanent. Over time, you can get more and more of these spots and the ankles can take on a "rusty" color. See a doctor for some preventative measures. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I fell about 4 hrs ago and ever since my ankle is hurting when I move it in certain ways what do I do there is no discoloration or swelling?
I have a discoloration near my ankle. It has a different texture than the rest of the skin. I've had it for a few years now. What could it be?
My husband broke his ankle several years ago and it has continued to be discolored and the discoloration is growing.It is dry and itches at times. What could be the problem?
I have had discoloration from my ankle to my feet for the past 2 weeks, it looks like a dark tan. What can this be?
You should follow up: With an ankle doctor. Discoloration and swelling can occur as blood vessles can break or tear and not heal 100 percent. But, you should find out if everything healed properly or if there is something that can be treated.... ...Read more
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