Track marks are the indications of interminable intravenous drug abuse. Chemicals that can be infused into the muscle, under the skin, or specifically into a vein, as the extreme impacts of it happen rapidly. This is regularly related to the utilization of heroin, cocaine, methamphetamines and sedatives. Generally found on the lower arms, track marks are recognized as non-recuperated cut injuries. Proceeded with infusion in a similar region can bring about scarring, dull pigmentation at the infusion site, harm to the veins, sores and wounds.

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