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Raynaud’s disease is characterized by a severe reduction in blood flow to the fingers, toes, nose, and ears caused by cold or sometimes by stress.
Raynaud's disease is named after Maurice Raynaud, the French physician who first described the symptoms of this condition in 1862. The disorder affects blood flow to the extremities, particularly the fingers and toes but occasionally occurs in the nose and ears.
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