• Medicine
  • Published in Revue medicale de Liege 2010

[Chilblains, differential diagnosis and risk factors].

  title={[Chilblains, differential diagnosis and risk factors].},
  author={J. F. Hermanns and Marie Caucanas and G. E. Pi{\'e}rard and C Pi{\'e}rard-franchimont and Pascale Quatresooz},
  journal={Revue medicale de Liege},
  volume={65 12},
Chilblain results from environmental nonfreezing cold exposure. It is a localized inflammatory lesion most frequently localized on the toes and fingers. Chilblains are often idiopathic, but they may be part of lupus erythematosus. 

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