Coldness as a medical symptom may refer to “feeling cold” overall or to a particular body part being cold to the touch. General coldness may refer to chills, cold intolerance, cold sensitivity, cold exposure, and so on. Particular body parts may feel cold, such as: cold feet, cold hands, cold fingers, cold toes, cold extremities, cold nose, etc. Coldness may also be applied to mental status as in lack of emotion, detachment, isolation, selfishness, and so on.
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