... other side was completely normal. Many people touched both extermities but could not come up w/ any reasoning. Perhaps mini- TIA??? Can you asist. I had thormbosis on right lower forearm; but that turned out superfical. Is this ppart of neuropathy... Please / Thank you or if you can answer what it could be. I'm still at a loss
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