acroasphyxia

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ac·ro·as·phyx·i·a

(ak'rō-as-fik'sē-ă),
Impaired digital circulation, possibly a mild form of Raynaud disease, marked by a purplish or waxy white color of the fingers, with subnormal local temperature and paresthesia.
[acro- + G. asphyxia, stoppage of the pulse]

acroasphyxia

An obsolete term for compromised blood flow at the extremities, especially the feet; acral cyanosis, Raynaud’s disase.

acroasphyxia

(ak″rō-ăs-fĭk′sē-ă) [acro- + asphyxia]
Cold, pale condition of hands and feet; symptom of Raynaud's disease.

ac·ro·as·phyx·i·a

(ak'rō-as-fik'sē-ă)
Impaired digital circulation, marked by a discoloration of the fingers, with subnormal local temperature and paresthesia.
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