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Is raynaud's disease genetic?

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Dr. Bradley Thomas
Surgery - Vascular
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In brief: Sometimes

Raynaud's phenomenon has been seen with a number of conditions, including some that are genetically linked.
Causes? Scleroderma, rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, and mixed connective tissue disease, hormone imbalance (hypothyroidism and carcinoid), trauma (frostbite, vibrating tools), medications (propranolol [inderal], Estrogens without additional progesterone, bleomycin [bleoxane] (chemotherapy).

In brief: Sometimes

Raynaud's phenomenon has been seen with a number of conditions, including some that are genetically linked.
Causes? Scleroderma, rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, and mixed connective tissue disease, hormone imbalance (hypothyroidism and carcinoid), trauma (frostbite, vibrating tools), medications (propranolol [inderal], Estrogens without additional progesterone, bleomycin [bleoxane] (chemotherapy).
Dr. Bradley Thomas
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