catmoon wrote:Uh, wouldn't the absence of pain lead to leprous lesions?
kirtu wrote:catmoon wrote:Uh, wouldn't the absence of pain lead to leprous lesions?
Why would that be?
catmoon wrote:The lesions common to leprosy are an indirect result of the loss of the ability to feel pain. For instance the hands get bruised pounded cut and burned. But the owner feels nothing and tends to do nothing about the injury, and then decay sets in.
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