Raynaud’s Phenomenon

Raynaud’s Phenomenon

“Raynaud’s is a disorder in which small blood vessels of the extremities have reduced blood flow when they are exposed to cold, or emotional distress. Under these conditions, the blood vessels go into spasms, causing pain, numbness, throbbing or tingling. Typically, the fingers are most commonly affected, changing from white and even blue within minutes of exposure, and then becoming red after being warmed…low-level laser therapy appears to be an effective treatment in treating patients with primary Raynaud’s phenomenon.”

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Year

2019

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