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Can secondary raynaud's cause splinter hemorrhages under nails and petechiae on the backs of hands?

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Dr. John Goldman
Internal Medicine - Rheumatology

In brief: Could be

It depends on the other medical associations and the cause of the raynaud's if with a ctd this could be causing the lesions depending on the overlap.

In brief: Could be

It depends on the other medical associations and the cause of the raynaud's if with a ctd this could be causing the lesions depending on the overlap.
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