Stings Sweeling, and facial recognition


I wonder if inflammation from a bite or sting affects the facial recognition. For example, say someone is hiking in the woods and is stung by a swarm of bees, causing them to pass away. The face and body would have extensive swelling due to the venom in the bee sting. It would seem the basic structure of the face and body would remain unchanged because no bones were broken and no body structure damaged (unless a fall or something took place alongside the stings). I would imagine the same would be true of a food allergy, like peanuts. When someone eats something they are allergic too, their windpipe closes restricting the air flow. That would attest to the sudden, otherwise unharmed body. But their face and bodies swell too. Would that swelling cause someone not to recognize them?

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