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Two-year-old Gracie Hughes faces a daily battle to stop her body becoming because of Raynaud's disease <B
Some authors have reported that Raynaud's disease has a clinical association with pulmonary hypertension, variant angina, and migraine headaches (3).
Ms Sansom, who uses a wheelchair outside the house because of arthritis, osteoporosis and Raynaud's disease, said over the years Deco always behaved when it really mattered.
A secondary form of Raynaud's disease, it is an industrial injury triggered by continuous use of vibrating hand-held machinery.
We report a case of successful long term relief of symptoms and signs in a patient with long-standing Raynaud's disease affecting her toes following an extradural block using bupivacaine.
Other risk factors include severe Raynaud's phenomenon, low pulmonary diffusing capacity, and the calcinosis, Raynaud's disease, esophageal dysmotility, sclerodactyly, and telangiectasia (CREST) syndrome, he said.
Named Northern Ireland Woman of the Year 2000, Patience suffers from Raynaud's disease and Scleroderma and helps raise cash for sufferers.
Raynaud's disease is also more common in migraine patients, as is a combination of Raynaud's and noncardiac chest pain.
These developments, often more prominent in patients with diabetes, can lead to Raynaud's disease, Buerger's disease, and the rare Marfan's syndrome.
Raised strips running across the nail can indicate Raynaud's disease - a circulatory problem which causes small arteries in the toes to go into spasm.
Operation that saved me from life of suffering WITH reference to the feature on Raynaud's Disease (Evening Telegraph, March 24), I would like to state my case.