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Can raynaud's phenomenon ever be truly dangerous, to the point of losing fingers or toes?
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Dr. Carlos Kier
Internal Medicine - Rheumatology
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In brief: Yes
In severe cases of raynaud's gangrene may develop in the finger tips and toes.
This is often related to concomitant nicotine abuse and is seen in patients with severe scleroderma. It should be emphasized this is not a common occurrence.

In brief: Yes
In severe cases of raynaud's gangrene may develop in the finger tips and toes.
This is often related to concomitant nicotine abuse and is seen in patients with severe scleroderma. It should be emphasized this is not a common occurrence.
Dr. Carlos Kier
Dr. Carlos Kier
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In brief: Possibly
Some raynaud's primary may have digital ischemia and followup amputations.

In brief: Possibly
Some raynaud's primary may have digital ischemia and followup amputations.
Dr. Creighton Wright
Dr. Creighton Wright
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