January 27, 2023

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Bottle or blow: the reasons behind Queen Elizabeth II’s tender wound

A film that disturbed the British before the king’s death

48 hours ago, the Queen Isabel II He was in charge of receiving a brand new British Prime Minister, Liz dress. However, the Hemorrhage That was shown on the back of the right hand when the officer shook it and raised the alarm. Especially as the deceased King’s health worsened as a result of the COVID-19 he contracted in February this year. What could be your reasons? Injured hand.

As if it were a foreboding fact, Queen Elizabeth II’s last public appearance sparked alarm, with the announcement that she had died this Thursday. Although wounds on the hand of Queen Elizabeth II have been shown more than once, this time, the picture of the now deceased monarch has created a lot of speculation.

“These Skin changes What does that have to do with him? Aging phenomenonWhere Small capillaries are fragmented at subdermal levelsand when shredding A little blood. During bleeding,​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​hassensizes the macrophage cells, which metabolize the blood coming out, as well as eat it, and after a month, the colors will be correct”, he highlighted in the conversation. Infobae Dr. Louis CameraPhysician and Geriatrics (MN 51995).

The moment Queen Elizabeth II welcomed the new British prime minister was the last official appearance of the monarch / Jane Barlow / Poole via REUTERS.
The moment Queen Elizabeth II welcomed the new British prime minister was the last official appearance of the monarch / Jane Barlow / Poole via REUTERS.

Meanwhile, Dr Jose Manuel ViewsA clinical pulmonologist and geriatrician (MN 92965), told this portal, “It seems Brittle capillary It is 70 years and over 80, after all, Skin nerves are easily broken and creates wounds in the elderly; Most older adults with heart problems take aspirin or may be anticoagulated for heart problems, especially if they take aspirin.

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The fact is that this is not the first time that Queen Elizabeth II appears with wounds on her hands, and already in 2019, images of an encounter with her created a strong buzz. Abdullah kings Y Rania from JordanIn Buckingham Palace. It is not customary to wear gloves in these types of gatherings as in shaking hands with a dress. Unlike this year, the injury was left-handed. At the time, according to local media, there was no official response to the situation.

“Also We don’t have much information on Queen’s latest health data. As far as is known, he had COVID and prolonged covid, in addition to some back pain, what we can call lumbosacral arthritis of the elderly,” Viudes said. However, as the expert clarifies, The Details about the king’s health have not been released yet.

In 2019, an injury to his left hand during his meeting with King Abdullah and Queen Rania of Jordan created a strong buzz /
In 2019, an injury to his left hand during his meeting with King Abdullah and Queen Rania of Jordan created a strong buzz /

“I called Age spots, Can be caused by fallsBut it seems On the other hand there is pigmentation. On the other hand, no fallout has been announced, but it could be a state secret,” Camera explained, adding, “The pigmentation is good because of the color of her skin, plus. In some areas the skin becomes thinner with age”.

Viudes added: “There is no fall because it is on the back of the hand, and older people fall with an open hand. What it would be, they put a serum on him and they put it on his arm because he doesn’t have strong nerves, because old people have brittle nerves, or capillary weakness from some previous hematological disease. But honestly I don’t have any other information. In principle, one should say that in the elderly and the elderly, the formation of wounds due to minor injuries is a sign of capillary fragility.

Last official presence of Queen Elizabeth II / Jane Barlow/Pool via REUTERS
Last official presence of Queen Elizabeth II / Jane Barlow/Pool via REUTERS

“With age, the skin in certain areas closest to the bone, such as the palm of the hand and especially the back of the hand, tends to degenerate and thin; The follicles under the skin or in the skin. So, they fragment at the slightest blow, the slightest injury, or the slightest force, and this whole phenomenon of hemoglobin metabolism happens here, which is the protein that mixes with oxygen and gives the intense red color,” Camera said.

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In that tone, “damage to the cells that are supposed to ‘eat’ the hemoglobin metabolism begins to fail, and they are in the intermediate pathway, leaving that color. The fact that those spots appear on both arms gives the impression that he was in an aging event a while ago. In addition, they Appearing on other parts of the body as well, for example, on the forehead and face”, there are a large number of “creams and skin treatments that can ‘erase’ these moles a little.

If you want to interpret it as a kind of color pathway, the metabolism of these wounds “starts red, goes through blue, green, yellow and finally the color of the skin is restored”. “Those bruises seem to be a good long time old, if it’s one-sided, probably going on for months or eventually years. The left arm also feels like it’s discolored. Of course, it’s not easy to see in the photo, I’ll tell you it’s still blue, but it’s a case, “Probably old age is a very strong possibility,” Camera concluded.

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