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Blood vessel damage and Inguinal area numb and Numbness of one ankle and Perineum sensitive
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  1. Blood vessel damage AND Inguinal area numb AND Numbness of one ankle AND Perineum sensitive: Causes of All Symptoms
  2. Blood vessel damage OR Inguinal area numb OR Numbness of one ankle OR Perineum sensitive: Causes of Any Symptom
  3. Blood vessel damage: Causes
  4. Blood vessel damage: Introduction
  5. Inguinal area numb: Causes
  6. Inguinal area numb: Introduction
  7. Numbness of one ankle: Causes
  8. Numbness of one ankle: Introduction
  9. Perineum sensitive: Causes
  10. Perineum sensitive: Introduction
  11. Blood vessel damage and Inguinal area numb and Numbness of one ankle and Perineum sensitive and Abnormal nerve sensation (2 causes)
  12. Blood vessel damage and Inguinal area numb and Numbness of one ankle and Perineum sensitive and Abnormal sciatic nerve sensation (2 causes)
  13. Blood vessel damage and Inguinal area numb and Numbness of one ankle and Perineum sensitive and Abnormal sensations in shin (2 causes)
  14. Blood vessel damage and Inguinal area numb and Numbness of one ankle and Perineum sensitive and Absence of pedal pulse on both sides (2 causes)
  15. Blood vessel damage and Inguinal area numb and Numbness of one ankle and Perineum sensitive and Absence of pedal pulse on one side (2 causes)
  16. Blood vessel damage and Inguinal area numb and Numbness of one ankle and Perineum sensitive and Absence of pedal pulses (2 causes)
  17. Blood vessel damage and Inguinal area numb and Numbness of one ankle and Perineum sensitive and Absent dorsalis pedis pulsation (2 causes)
  18. Blood vessel damage and Inguinal area numb and Numbness of one ankle and Perineum sensitive and Absent femoral pulse (2 causes)
  19. Blood vessel damage and Inguinal area numb and Numbness of one ankle and Perineum sensitive and Absent pedal pulse (2 causes)
  20. Blood vessel damage and Inguinal area numb and Numbness of one ankle and Perineum sensitive and Achilles tendon burning sensation (2 causes)
  21. Blood vessel damage and Inguinal area numb and Numbness of one ankle and Perineum sensitive and MORE SYMPTOMS

Blood vessel damage and Inguinal area numb and Numbness of one ankle and Perineum sensitive

  • Blood vessel damage AND Inguinal area numb AND Numbness of one ankle AND Perineum sensitive - Causes of All Symptoms
  • Blood vessel damage OR Inguinal area numb OR Numbness of one ankle OR Perineum sensitive - Causes of Any Symptom

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Results: Causes of Blood vessel damage AND Inguinal area numb AND Numbness of one ankle AND Perineum sensitive

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