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Brisket injury #7913927 07/26/20 07:20 PM
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Any guesses what happened? Didn't seem to affect antlers on either side.

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Hydrocyst, that is the area where they get them.

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Seroma


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Same thing.

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Yes, I did not even read your reply when I typed mine.


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If he is still in the area by the time season rolls around and gets shot would the meat be ok to eat?I had just soon pass him if I can't consume the meat.

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The rest of the deer will be fine. Just not the area around the hydrocyst.

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It appears that one has busted open and drained. It will probably go away and you may only see a red or bald spot at that time during the season. More than likely if it is has drained or been absorbed into the body it will not leave a scar. Like posted above just don't eat that meat in that area.
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When I see one of these pics I wonder what happened.


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