Raynaud's Disease

Last Updated: August 16 2022

Raynaud's phenomenon (aka Raynaud's syndrome) is a condition characterized by the spasm of small arteries, which results in episodes of reduced blood flow to parts of the body. The fingers are most commonly affected, but it can also occur in the toes, nose, ears, or lips.

Raynaud's Disease falls under theCardiovascular HealthandOthercategories.

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