Raynaud's phenomenon in vibration syndrome: the impact of cold feet on skin temperature and vasomotion of the hand after immersion in cold water.

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Patients with vibration syndrome, suffering from Raynaud's phenomenon, are sensitive to cold. Rewarming time, after local cooling, is delayed. The present study evaluated whether rewarming of the hand after cooling is influenced by the temperature of the feet. In five Japanese patients (former forest workers) with vibration syndrome, suffering from Raynaud… (More)

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@article{Falkenbach1997RaynaudsPI, title={Raynaud's phenomenon in vibration syndrome: the impact of cold feet on skin temperature and vasomotion of the hand after immersion in cold water.}, author={Atos Prinz Falkenbach and Izumi Watanabe and B. Hartmann and Yuko Agishi}, journal={Angiology}, year={1997}, volume={48 12}, pages={1037-44} }