black heel

cal·ca·ne·al pe·te·chi·ae

traumatic hemorrhage into the stratum corneum of the heel that may persist for several weeks as centrally confluent black dots.
Synonym(s): black heel

black heel

Subcutaneous bleeding into the skin behind the calcaneus typically caused by repetitive trauma, for example, in runners or other athletes.
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Test results for black heel mark protection and hardness have also been on a very high level.
Black heel is caused by the shearing friction of the runner's shoe.
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Black heel A dark discoloration on the heal or palm is caused by bleeding between skin layers.
Christian Dior and John Rocha took a traditional black heel and added a touch of print to the heel for a dash of colour.
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Not only did she wear a cut-up black dress and black heels, but she also rocked black sunglasses and a floppy black hat that had everyone on social media talking.
While dresses are a great no-fuss option, if you have a few parties to attend, separates might be a more versatile option, especially as you will most likely have the essentials in your wardrobe: A black blazer, black skinny jeans or leather trousers, black heels and a camisole (black.
She accessorised with a slim black and gold clutch and black heels.
Barretto donned a fitted long-sleeved blouse accentuated with a black ribbon as belt, a dramatic black ankle-length skirt and pointy black heels.