Medical Definition of Cold injury

1. Cold injuries include chilblains, trench foot, and frostbite. Cold injuries occur with and without freezing of body tissues. The young and the elderly are especially prone to cold injury. Alcohol increases the risk of cold injury which can lead to loss of body parts and even to death. It is important not to thaw an extremity if there is a risk of it re-freezing. (12 Dec 1998)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cold Injury

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cold finger
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cold front
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cold fusion
cold gangrene
cold haemagglutinin disease
cold haemolysin
cold hands, warm heart
cold in the head
cold injury (current term)
cold insoluble globulin
cold light
cold meat
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cold nodule
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cold pressor test
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