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what is 'avoid exposure to cold'?

Definition for Avoid exposure to cold

Avoid exposure to cold is also known as: avoid cold exposure, avoid cold stress, avoidance of cold

Avoid exposure to cold is a medical procedure used for such diagnoses as: acrocyanosis, chilblain and scleroderma.

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acrocyanosis
blue hands and feet
chilblain
sores from exposure to damp cold
scleroderma
multisystem disease with increased collagen deposits
mitochondrial disorders
diseases resulting from diordered function of mitochondria in cells


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