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    Default Deer Tic Removal

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    Please help me with removal of a Deer Tic?? It was located on the pt's back. It was cut out..



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    Join Date
    Apr 2007
    North Carolina


    Since you mentioned "cut out", look at 10120...assuming it was simple...

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