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What can cause poor circulation in only the right hand?

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Dr. Ally-Khan Somani
Dermatology
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In brief: Vascular disorders

Vascular problems can be classified into either traumatic, compressive, occlusive, tumors/malformations and vasospastic (spasm of the artery, which reduces its diameter and thus its blood flow).
Vascular problems may occur in individuals with diabetes, hypertension, or kidney failure, or in dialysis patients. Occupational exposure (vibrating tools, cold) and smoking can be a factor too. See an md.

In brief: Vascular disorders

Vascular problems can be classified into either traumatic, compressive, occlusive, tumors/malformations and vasospastic (spasm of the artery, which reduces its diameter and thus its blood flow).
Vascular problems may occur in individuals with diabetes, hypertension, or kidney failure, or in dialysis patients. Occupational exposure (vibrating tools, cold) and smoking can be a factor too. See an md.
Dr. Ally-Khan Somani
Dr. Ally-Khan Somani
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In brief: Several issues

Blockage or atherosclerosis may affect the arteries on one side.
There are some congenital variations of blood supply to either arm thoracic outlet comprehension can impact artery or vein or nerve. There are ultrasound-noninvasive tests for most of these but a good vascular consultation is the start.

In brief: Several issues

Blockage or atherosclerosis may affect the arteries on one side.
There are some congenital variations of blood supply to either arm thoracic outlet comprehension can impact artery or vein or nerve. There are ultrasound-noninvasive tests for most of these but a good vascular consultation is the start.
Dr. Creighton Wright
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