Treatment of Fingertip Gangrene in a Patient with Raynaud’s Phenomenon who Simultaneously Underwent Gastrectomy and Chemotherapy for Gastric Carcinoma: A Case Report

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Raynaud’s phenomenon is a common clinical disorder encountered by dermatologists. This condition usually occurs in response to exposure to cold temperature or emotional stress, and it is characterized by recurrent vasospasm in the fingers and toes. Hand-arm vibration syndrome (HAVS) is a well-recognized cause of secondary Raynaud’s phenomenon. The… (More)

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@inproceedings{Chen2017TreatmentOF, title={Treatment of Fingertip Gangrene in a Patient with Raynaud’s Phenomenon who Simultaneously Underwent Gastrectomy and Chemotherapy for Gastric Carcinoma: A Case Report}, author={Yi-Shan Chen and Wei-Tso Chia}, year={2017} }