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Raynaud"s

K. Lafferty

Raynaud"s

a better understanding

by K. Lafferty

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Published by Raynaud"s Association in Alsager .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Raynaud"s disease.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    Statementwritten by K. Lafferty ; for and on behalf of the Raynaud"s Association.
    ContributionsRaynaud"s Association.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC636
    The Physical Object
    Pagination68p.,(4)p. of plates :
    Number of Pages68
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16690974M
    ISBN 100950965006
    OCLC/WorldCa12463457

    Raynaud's disease (Ray-nose) is where the small blood vessels in the extremities such as hands and feet, fingers or toes are over-sensitive to even the slightest changes in temperature, the cold and sometimes stress. This causes a Raynaud's attack where the fingers sometimes change colour, but not always, from white, to blue, to red. Raynaud's. Raynauds Unit Royal Free Hospital. likes 9 talking about this. Raynaud's patients are desperate for a cure and improved treatments, with many unmet clinical needs - Followers:

    Raynaud’s phenomenon, also known as blanching of the nipple is now a common breastfeeding problem, affecting up to 20% of all women of childbearing age. Reynaud's is not caused by breastfeeding but is due to abnormal spasms of arteries that supply blood to your nipples, causing the restriction of blood flow and therefore numbness, burning.   IF you suffer from Raynaud's Syndrome, the winter months can be BRUTAL! Here you'll find all the super-smart genius hacks, tips, tricks and fixes to surving the coldest months of the year--all told from a REAL mom who has been rocking this gig for over 10 year with little ones in tow. You CAN do this, mamas!

    Raynaud's disease is a common condition that affects the blood supply to certain parts of the body, usually the fingers and toes. You may have heard of it referred to as Raynaud's syndrome, Raynaud's phenomenon or just Raynaud's. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages: illustrations: Responsibility: edited by Ernest D. Cooke, Andrew N. Nicolaides.


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Raynaud's phenomenon is the occurrence of episodic attacks of well demarcated blanching or cyanosis of one or more digits on exposure to the cold. However, when the phenomenon is due to an underlying disease, there may be multiple episodes of painful digital ulcerations or gangrene and systemic involvement affecting the length of by: Dr.

Fredrick Wigley of Johns Hopkins, along with several other noted specialists in the field, have just published a comprehensive book on Raynaud’s: Raynaud’s Phenomenon – A Guide to Pathogenesis and Treatment.

Engaging readers with case vignettes and a plethora of visual aids, Raynaud’s Phenomenon: A Guide to Pathogenesis and Treatment is a state-of-the-art, authoritative reference and invaluable contribution to the literature that will be of interest to physicians, patients, and individuals dealing with these disease : Hardcover.

Raynaud's phenomenon is characterised by episodic attacks of digital vasospasm and ischaemia on exposure to cold, or less commonly, emotional stress. This results in a characteristic triphasic colour change in extremities (usually in fingers or toes).

Raynaud's is a rare disorder that affects the arteries. Raynauds book It is marked by brief episodes of narrowing of the blood vessels, reducing blood flow.

Learn more about causes, risk Raynauds book, screening and prevention, signs and symptoms, diagnoses, and treatments for Raynaud's, and how to participate in clinical trials.

A collection of short stories titled Pulse by English author Julian Barnes is reviewed today in the London newspaper The Independent. One of the stories is about a woman with Raynaud’s: “ while in “Complicity”, the surge of protectiveness a man feels [ ].

In response to cold temperatures, the body adapts by restricting blood flow to the skin. This is done as a thermoregulating mechanism to prevent further loss of body heat and to sustain the core body temperature.

In Raynaud phenomenon, blood-flow restriction occurs during cold temperatures and emotional stress. Specifically, in Raynaud phenomenon, there is Author: Rina Musa, Ahmad Qurie. Raynaud's phenomenon is common and does not usually cause any severe problems.

You can often treat the symptoms yourself by keeping warm. Sometimes it can be a sign of a more serious condition.

Check if it's Raynaud's. Raynaud's affects your blood circulation. When you're cold, anxious or stressed, your fingers and toes may change colour.

Raynaud’s disease, also called Raynaud’s phenomenon or Raynaud’s syndrome, is a disorder which causes blood vessels to constrict and/or spasm. The condition typically causes discoloration.

Usually, the toes and fingers are affected, though the condition may cause discoloration in other places as well. The discoloration is the result of decreased blood supply. Raynaud’s phenomenon is a disease that affects your blood vessels. There are two forms of Raynaud’s phenomenon: Primary and secondary.

The form of Raynaud’s phenomenon you have affects the symptoms you have. Symptoms of Raynaud’s phenomenon can vary from mild to severe. Most people have mild symptoms. Pages with "raynauds" in the title are: Raynaud's phenomenon: Raynaud's syndrome: Raynaud's disease: Raynaud's phenomenon of the nipple: Total number of pages found: 4: The information provided herein should not be used for diagnosis or treatment of any medical condition.

A licensed medical practitioner should be consulted for diagnosis and. Raynaud's Disease. K likes. This support group was created as a way of bringing together people affected by Raynaud's ers: K.

An idiopathic vascular disorder characterized by bilateral Raynaud phenomenon, the abrupt onset of digital paleness or CYANOSIS in response to cold exposure or stress. Raynaud's disease is a rare disorder of the blood vessels, usually in the fingers and toes.

It causes the blood vessels to narrow when you are cold or feeling stressed. Raynaud syndrome, also known as Raynaud's phenomenon, is a medical condition in which spasm of arteries cause episodes of reduced blood flow. Typically, the fingers, and less commonly the toes, are involved.

Rarely, the nose, ears, or lips are affected. The episodes result in the affected part turning white and then blue. Often, numbness or pain occurs. As blood flow Complications: skin sores, gangrene.

Raynaud's phenomenon Last revised in February Next planned review by December Summary. Back to top Raynaud's phenomenon: Summary. Raynaud's phenomenon is episodic vasospasm of the arteries or arterioles in the extremities (usually the digits) which leads to colour change including pallor, followed by cyanosis and/or rubor.

Raynaud’s disease is when blood vessels in your fingers and toes temporarily overreact to low temperatures or stress. For most people, it isn’t a serious health problem.

But for some, the. Raynaud’s phenomenon is a common condition that affects the blood supply to certain parts of the body – usually the fingers and toes. It's often referred to as Raynaud’s syndrome, Raynaud’s disease or just Raynaud's.

Raynaud’s is usually triggered by cold temperatures, anxiety or stress. The condition occurs because your blood vessels. Raynaud’s Disease (also called Raynaud’s Phenomenon) is. a medical condition. It is named after the French physician, Maurice Raynaud, who first described it. Although the. fingers of healthy individuals may become pale in response to severe cold, the effect is.

"Raynaud's Phenomenon is an auto-immune disorder which causes poor circulation in the digits and may affect up to 10% of all women. It is characterized by episodic blanching or cyanosis of one or more digits on exposure to cold; the phenomenon may. The Raynaud's Ebook is the most comprehensive information resource of natural medicines and treatments for Raynaud's, cold hands and feet, and associated disorders available on the Internet.

The research for The Raynaud's Ebook began some 25 years ago. Book now. SRUK offers a guide, 'Handy hints on keeping warm', which offers some more tips on how to manage symptoms.

This could be particularly useful for breastfeeding mothers, who may experience difficulties (think painful, bloodless nipples) if their Raynaud's is : Abi Millar.Raynaud's phenomenon is defined by episodic ischemia of the digits in response to cold or emotional stimuli.

The three stages of Raynaud's include pallor, cyanosis, and rubor. Pallor is caused by vasospasm and loss of arterial blood flow, cyanosis reveals the deoxygenation of static venous blood, and rubor shows the reactive hyperemia following return of blood flow.

Kahan A, Foult JM, Weber S, et al. Nifedipine and alpha 1-adrenergic blockade in Raynauds phenomenon. Eur Heart J ;– Kahan A, Weber S, Amor B, et al. Calcium entry blocking agents in digital vasospasm (Raynaud′s phenomenon).

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