Aspirin-responsive painful red, blue, black toe, or finger syndrome in polycythemia vera associated with thrombocythemia

@article{Michiels2003AspirinresponsivePR,
  title={Aspirin-responsive painful red, blue, black toe, or finger syndrome in polycythemia vera associated with thrombocythemia},
  author={Jan Jacques Michiels and Zwi Berneman and Wilfried Schroyens and Hero van Urk},
  journal={Annals of Hematology},
  year={2003},
  volume={82},
  pages={153-159}
}
Five patients with red, purple blue, or black toes or fingers due to thrombocythemia associated with polycythemia vera (polycythemia and thrombocythemia vera) in four and essential thrombocythemia (thrombocythemia vera) in one are described. The microvascular erythromelalgic syndrome of thrombocythemia was overlooked and progressed to cold blue swollen and painful fingers or black toes in three patients with polycythemia and thrombocythemia vera due to arteriographically documented occlusions… CONTINUE READING
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