Raynaud's phenomenon and acrocyanosis

Raynaud's phenomenon- Intermittent ischaemic attacks of fingers or toes marked by pallor and often accompanied by numbness and pain. If the patient presents with mild Raynaud's phenomenon and does not have symptoms suggestive of any systemic connective tissue disease, no laboratory tests are needed. Raynaud's phenomenon may be associated with a connective tissue disease, the course of which determines the prognosis of the patient.


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