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TimeLapse Tutorial Allergic Reaction to Cold
In this timelapse tutorial, we will see infrared footage of a persons hand that has just been removed from a bucket of ice water. The hand is dark, depicting cooler temperature, but watch as white patches start to form. These are areas of inflammation, a sign that the person is allergic to cold, a condition known as cold urticaria. Inflammation is caused when immune cells release histamine into the bloodstream. In people.
With cold urticaria, inflammation produces hives that are red, itchy, and warm. After 10 minutes, the hand has warmed to about 95 degrees Fahrenheit. The hand will have an elevated temperature for another 30 minutes. Watch as the persons fingers begin to swell. In some people, taking an antihistamine can diminish this inflammatory response. Researchers at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases study cold urticaria and other allergic conditions to better understand, prevent, and treat them.