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Michael Jackson Leg Wound

After the death of the legendary Pop Star Michael Jackson, several news and rumors spread regarding his death. Another news that hit the web is about a picture in which a severe wound to Michael’s right leg is shown. The wound was said to be from a spider bite and many believed that it was made due to necrosis and supposedly needle marks around the wound. The picture that shows signs of depigmentation Michael Jackson’s skin was reportedly taken in 2002.

According to a health professional, his leg wound is seemed to be Vitiligo, which is used to bleach the skin and has almost the same affect of Monobenzone from which a permanent depigmentation is caused. The people that used Monobenzone have large patches, pink, brown and even pink raw areas on their bodies.

According to ABC reports, a dermatologist stated,
“The wound which is on Michael Jackson’s leg looks like it was necrosis (death of cells and living tissue) where fluid may have been put in his leg from an IV.”


It is said that Michael was an addict of drug Demerol. Demerol is a narcotic pain medicine and used for the treatment for lessen the severe pain. It can be that Demerol was not the actual cause of Michael’s death, but played a role in his death. The legendary star was died on June 25, 2009, and anesthesia drug Propofol was possibly considered as the cause for his death.

source : www.puggal.com

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