Raynaud


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Ray·naud

(rā-nō'),
Maurice, French physician, 1834-1881. See: Raynaud syndrome, Raynaud disease, Raynaud phenomenon, Raynaud sign.
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Patients with limited cutaneous systemic sclerosis have long duration of Raynaud's phenomenon, esophageal dysmotility or reflux, gastrointestinal problems, pulmonary fibrosis and pulmonary hypertension late in the course of their disease.
Raynaud's phenomenon is a vasospastic disorder of the digital arteries after exposure to cold or stress, accompanied by pain and ulcers (1-3), consequently altering the patient's quality of life.
Presence of Raynaud phenomenon and high levels of antiphospholipid antibodies led to the diagnosis in the patient, who had stage IIIB unresectable melanoma.
Mum-of-one Chelsea, 28, suffers from Raynaud's, which makes her body react excessively to temperature changes.
Up to 10 million people are affected by these symptoms in the UK, yet research reveals that only 4% realise they may have Raynaud's disease.
NOBODY likes feeling the biting cold, but if you're suffering from Raynaud's disease, winter can be a particularly painful season.
| For further information on Raynaud's visit sruk.co.uk It's estimated that 10 million people in the UK suffer from the painful effects of Raynaud's disease in cold weather
I few years ago I was told I had Raynaud's Disease which would explain the awful discomfort and white fingers, and made me realise I wasn't being quite such a wimp after all.
Raynaud's phenomenon is a common but under-recognised condition.