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leg attack

leg attack
 n.— «Left untreated, leg attacks can lead to ulcers that won’t heal, infections like gangrene, permanent nerve damage and, in severe cases, a 30% chance of amputation of the toes, foot or leg.» —“Leg Attack” by Vanessa Gisquet Forbes Jan. 31, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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