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Raynaud’s syndrome – the cold fingers!

Raynaud’s syndrome represents occasional violation of the peripheral blood circulation. And that violation is a consequence of local arterial spasm of respiratory arteries and skin blood vessels. The spasm is a response to cold or emotional stress. Clinically condition manifested by sharply change the color of the skin of the fingers. Spasm of blood vessels is caused by a defect in the central and local mechanisms of regulation of vasomotor reactions. From Raynaud’s …

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