Hi I had a lisfranc fracture to 1st and 2nd metatarsal in Dec 15. The impact for the break caused large blood clots across my mid foot and as a result I had a large and deep debridement that was covered by a skin graft. Area is about 10cm long by 4cm wide. It’s deep (can fit all my thumb in it vertically). Have been massaging twice a day with bio oil and trying to stretch by flexing my foot. Am doing partial weight bearing for another month before screws come out. One side feels softer but not much change in the other side, which is the deeper side. Anything else I could be doing?
Vitiligo is a disease in which the skin forms white patches. It occurs when melanocyte cells stop producing melanin, either because they die off or simply stop functioning. Causes of the condition are unclear, but it is thought to be an autoimmune disease. It can appear at any age and on any part of the body. Sometimes the white patches will spread throughout the body, while other times they will remain the same size. Vitiligo often first appears as a small, pale spot on the skin that, over time, will develop into a larger patch.