Bruises, abrasions, and scars in locations that might suggest frequent falls, bumping into objects, physical altercations, or other violent behavior.
Cigarette burns on the fingers.
Flushed or florid faces.
Jerky eye movement or loss of central vision.
Damage to nerves causing numbness and tingling.
Hypertension, particularly systolic.
Gastrointestinal or other bleeding.
Cirrhosis or other evidence of liver impairment, such as edema in the lower extremities, and other signs of fluid retention.
Psoriasis and signs of immunodeficient disorders.