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ring finger spread to pinky both swollen. itches and burns when cold. red dot/(1)blister just appeared. swell decreased. day 10. cherry red knuckle.

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? Frostbite: The sequence of events suggests frostbite injury
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Likely shingles : This could likely be shingles or herpes zoster. There could be infection or cellulitis of the fingers as well. It is difficult to comment without seeing a picture. Please see your doctor for an examination
Answered on Dec 28, 2016

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