Michael jackson legs, jackson leg wound

ABC News has exclusive photo of Michael Jackson taken in 2002. The photo shows one of Michael Jackson's legs that obviously looked like it has "a serious wound, which seems like necrosis, surrounded by unusual needle punctures." Specialists analyzed the photos and found out that there were signs that Jackson indeed suffered from Vitiligo.

Here is an article about it:

“On the photographs of Michael Jackson, it looks like there was necrosis on his lower leg where there might have been fluid that went into his lower leg,” Dr. Debra Jaliman, a leading dermatologist and spokeswoman for the American Academy of Dermatology, told ABC News.

“It looks like there are multiple puncture points from IV placement. If, in fact, he had an IV here, and the IV fluid, which may have been acidic fluid, went into his skin, it might may have, in fact, destroyed the skin,” she said. “That’s all dead skin that would then make an ulceration underneath that skin.”

“If you look at his lower leg you can see puncture points here, so it looks like there was a needle entry here, possibly a needle entry here on his leg,” she told ABC News.

“In 22 years of training, I’ve never seen an IV placed in the legs. You would put, you know, IVs in hands, arms, but oftentimes in my training when I have dealt with people who didn’t have veins anymore in their hands or arms, you look for veins that you can use and sometimes you have to look in other areas of the body,” Jaliman said.