Raynaud's Phenomenon complications
Raynaud's Phenomenon

Complications could include:

  • Gangrene
  • Skin Ulcers
  • Hand Deformities
  • Foot Deformities
  • Follow Medication Advice
  • Avoid Unprescribed Medications
  • Avoid Strenuous or Repetitive Movements
  • Gangrene is the term used to describe when part of your body tissue dies, usually because it is not getting enough blood from your circulatory system. Gangrene usually affects your extremities-the areas farthest from your heart-such as your toes
    Source:HLCMS
  • A decubitus ulcer, also called a pressure sore or bed sore, is an open wound on your skin. Pressure sores often occur on the skin covering bony areas. The most common places for a pressure sore to appear includes your hips, back, ankles, and butt
    Source:HLCMS
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