indolent

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indolent

1. Pathol causing little pain
2. (esp of a painless ulcer) slow to heal

indolent

[′in·də·lənt]
(medicine)
Of or relating to a slow-growing, nonpainful neoplasm.
Slowness in the process of healing.
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The legs are thin and spindle shaped with pigmentation, telangiectasia and keratosis over the pressure points which can lead to indolent ulcers.
Painful callosities may occur on the soles of the feet and indolent ulcers appear in the region of malleoli of the ankles, the Achilles tendons and heels and toes.