Frostbite

Frostbite is the medical condition in which localized damage is caused to skin and other tissues due to freezing. Frostbite is most likely to happen in body parts farthest from the heart and those with large exposed areas. The initial stages of frostbite are sometimes called frostnip. ==Classification== There are several classifications for tissue...
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frostbite

(frost´bīt) injury to tissues due to exposure to cold. Usually the first areas of the body to freeze are the nose, ears, fingers, and toes, and the flesh feels cold to the touch and then numb. Authorities distinguish four degrees or types, ranging from type one (a shallow, blanched wheal that may remain reddened fo...
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frostbite

[n] - destruction of tissue by freezing and characterized by tingling, blistering and possibly gangrene
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Frostbite

• (n.) The freezing, or effect of a freezing, of some part of the body, as the ears or nose. • (v. t.) To expose to the effect of frost, or a frosty air; to blight or nip with frost.
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Frostbite

[game engine] Frostbite is a game engine developed by EA Digital Illusions CE, the creators of the Battlefield series. The engine currently is designed for use on Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, and Xbox One platforms and is adapted for a range of video game genres. The engine was first used by DICE to create firs...
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Frostbite

[the movie] A screenshot of the computer video game Earthsiege. ...
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Frostbite

[video game] Frostbite is a 1983 arcade game designed by Steve Cartwright for the Atari 2600 video game console. It was published by Activision in 1983. ==Overview== The object of the game is to help Frostbite Bailey build igloos by jumping on floating blocks of ice, while trying to avoid deadly hazards like clams, snow geese, Alaskan king ...
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Frostbite

[Wildstorm] Frostbite, (real name Leon Carver) is a character from the DV8 comic book series, published by Wildstorm. ==History== Leon grew up with his mother in West Memphis, Arkansas. The identity and fate of his father is so far unknown. Leon went to Howard University in Washington, D.C., but quickly found himself in financial trouble. D...
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Frostbite

Frost`bite' transitive verb To expose to the effect of frost, or a frosty air; to blight or nip with frost. « My wife up and with Mrs. Pen to walk in the fields to frostbite themselves.» Pepys.
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Frostbite

Frost'bite noun The freezing, or effect of a freezing, of some part of the body, as the ears or nose. Kane. [ 1913 Webster]
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frostbite

A cold injury that is accompanied by pallor, numbness and a loss of cold sensation. ... (27 Sep 1997) ...
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frostbite

a freezing of living tissue; frostbite occurs whenever heat loss from a tissue is sufficient to permit ice formation. The freezing-thawing process ... [4 related articles]
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Frostbite

A medical condition caused by extreme cold that could eventually result in amputation
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Frostbite

A serious condition that takes place in extremely cold conditions, when part of your body freezes. This usually happens to the face or other unprotected areas
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Frostbite

damage to body tissue as a result of freezing
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frostbite

damage to the skin from freezing due to prolonged exposure to cold temperatures, usually below 32° F.
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frostbite

frostbite (chilblains), injury to the tissue caused by exposure to cold, usually affecting the extremities of the body, such as the hands, feet, ears, or nose. Extreme cold causes the small blood vessels in the extremities to constrict. The blood circulates more slowly and stagnation results. Eventu...
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Frostbite

Our Frostbite Main Article provides a comprehensive look at the who, what, when and how of Frostbite Frostbite: Damage to tissues from freezing due to the formation of ice crystals within cells, rupturing the cells and leading to cell death. Frostbite goes through several stages: First degree injury: When only the surface skin is frozen, the injury...
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frostbite

Skin that is damaged by exposure to freezing temperatures. Frostbite A medical condition caused by extreme cold that could eventually result in amputation See more at: http://www.camping-gear-outlet.com/camping-information-29.html#sthash.nVofOxci.dpuf
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frostbite

The freezing of skin or flesh, with formation of ice crystals leading to tissue damage. The treatment is slow warming of the affected area; for example, by skin-to-skin contact or with lukewarm water. Frostbitten parts are extremely vulnerable to infection, with the risk of gangrene. Sufferers of frostbite should always receive medical ...
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frostbite

The partial freezing of exposed parts of the body, causing injury to the skin and sometimes to deeper tissues.
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frostbite

The partial freezing of exposed parts of the body, causing injury to the skin and sometimes to deeper tissues.
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frostbite

Type: Term Pronunciation: frost′bīt Definitions: 1. Local tissue destruction resulting from exposure to extreme cold; in mild cases, it results in superficial, reversible freezing followed by erythema and slight pain (frostnip); in severe cases, it can be painless or paresthetic and result in blistering, persistent edema, and gangrene. F...
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