Raynaud's phenomenon is characterized by intermittent blanching and cyanosis of the fingers that is precipitated by cold or emotion. This condition usually involves only a few fingers. The attack can terminate suddenly with throbbing, paresthesia and rubor. Several clinical conditions are associated with Raynaud's phenomenon, among them: collagen vascular diseases, occupational exposure to toxins, thoracic outlet syndrome.
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