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What are the signs of frostbite on your neck?

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Dr. Adam Cohen
Surgery - Plastics
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Blisters, redness

Frostbite creates an injury to the skin similar to a burn.
It appears as erythema (redness), blisters, and ultimately skin loss. It is very unlikely that one would get frostbite on the neck. This is a central area that generally remains as warm as the body's core. Frostbite is much more likely on the fingers, toes, ears, and nose.

In brief: Blisters, redness

Frostbite creates an injury to the skin similar to a burn.
It appears as erythema (redness), blisters, and ultimately skin loss. It is very unlikely that one would get frostbite on the neck. This is a central area that generally remains as warm as the body's core. Frostbite is much more likely on the fingers, toes, ears, and nose.
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Dr. Otto Placik
Surgery - Plastics
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Compromised skin

Initially manifested by white or pale skin followed by possible redness with blistering.
Gentle re-warming is usually indicated.

In brief: Compromised skin

Initially manifested by white or pale skin followed by possible redness with blistering.
Gentle re-warming is usually indicated.
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