Hyperviscosity and thrombotic changes in idiopathic and secondary Raynaud's syndrome.


Whole-blood viscosity (measured at 128, 23 and 0.2 s-(1) was significantly increased in 29 females with Raynaud's syndrome, 13 males with vibration-induced Raynaud's syndrome, and 18 males with calf claudication secondary to atherosclerosis, as compared with 50 healthy controls matched for sex, age and smoking habit. Viscosity was higher at low temperature… (More)


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