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02-21-2013, 04:53 PM
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Originally Posted by scelaton View Post
If that is true, there are some big blood vessels in that area, both veins and arteries (you can sometimes feel your own pulse in the hollow behind your knee). It can take a while to recover from the tissue damage and the blood loss, as no one wants a blood transfusion unless it's absolutely necessary, these days.
That probably explains the large amount of blood on the ice. Poor dude - hope he recovers 100%

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