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Given the example:

There was a hitch. By the next morning, Ron's bitten hand had swollen to twice its usual size. He didn't know whether it was safe to go to Madam Pomfrey -- would she recognize a dragon bite? By the afternoon, though, he had no choice. The cut had turned a nasty shade of green. It looked as if Norbert's fangs were poisonous.
Harry and Hermione rushed up to the hospital wing at the end of the day to find Ron in a terrible state in bed.
"It's not just my hand," he whispered, "although that feels like it's about to fall off.

Do the word, that and it both indicate Ron’s hand?
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eipjoo"It's not just my hand," he whispered, "although that feels like it's about to fall off.
eipjooDo the words "that" and "it" both indicate Ron’s hand?
Yes.
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Thank you very much. And I appreciate your correction.