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The area you have shared appears to be locally infected. Treatment of infections in reptiles can be a slow, tedious process and the best success occurs when a veterinarian is involved in the care and the reptile is placed on antibiotics. Although I cannot see anything from the picture, you will certainly want to check all tissue surrounding the wound for anything that might be strangulating the area, such as bedding or carpet fibers.If you need help finding a vet in your area that can see Wanda, let me know. I will need your city, state and zip code.
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