By Gary M. White, MD

leg crosser's dimple

The leg crosser's dimple is a localized lipoatrophy of the lateral lower leg [Australas J Dermatol. 2006 Nov;47:253-7]. It is asymptomatic and occurs in people with a long history of frequent leg crossing. The sites correlate with the area resting on the patella of the opposing knee.


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