Abstract

Definition Raynaud’s’ phenomenon (RP) is an exaggerated response to cold temperature or emotional stress that results in transient digital ischemia. RP is considered primary if these symptoms occur alone without evidence of any associated rheumatic disorders. RP is considered secondary when it occurs as a manifestation of another health condition or exposure. Rheumatic conditions associated with secondary RP include scleroderma (SSc) (where RP is nearly universal), lupus, Sjögren’s syndrome, dermatomyositis, mixed connective tissue disease (MCTD), and rheumatoid arthritis (RA).

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationRheumatology
Subtitle of host publicationA Color Handbook
PublisherCRC Press
Pages113-150
Number of pages38
ISBN (Electronic)9781840766349
ISBN (Print)9781840761733
StatePublished - Jan 1 2013

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Raynaud Disease
Connective Tissue Diseases
Mixed Connective Tissue Disease
Dermatomyositis
Psychological Stress
Rheumatoid Arthritis
Ischemia
Health

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  • Medicine(all)

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Meier, S., Erickson, A. R., Mikuls, T. R., Cannella, A. C., & Anderson, J. (2013). Connective tissue diseases. In Rheumatology: A Color Handbook (pp. 113-150). CRC Press.

Connective tissue diseases. / Meier, Svetlana; Erickson, Alan R; Mikuls, Ted R; Cannella, Amy C; Anderson, Jaclyn.

Rheumatology: A Color Handbook. CRC Press, 2013. p. 113-150.

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Meier, S, Erickson, AR, Mikuls, TR, Cannella, AC & Anderson, J 2013, Connective tissue diseases. in Rheumatology: A Color Handbook. CRC Press, pp. 113-150.
Meier S, Erickson AR, Mikuls TR, Cannella AC, Anderson J. Connective tissue diseases. In Rheumatology: A Color Handbook. CRC Press. 2013. p. 113-150
Meier, Svetlana ; Erickson, Alan R ; Mikuls, Ted R ; Cannella, Amy C ; Anderson, Jaclyn. / Connective tissue diseases. Rheumatology: A Color Handbook. CRC Press, 2013. pp. 113-150
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