Author(s): Dr. Ketan Vagholkar, Dr. Shantanu Chandrashekhar, Dr. Anmol Sahoo, Dr. Dhairya Chitalia and Dr. Suvarna Vagholkar
Abstract: Raynaud’s phenomenon is a peculiar vascular sign. It may be primary which is best described as Raynaud’s disease or secondary. Secondary Raynaud’s phenomenon is due to connective tissue disorders or occupational in origin. Identifying the type is essential for treatment. Associated clinical features and laboratory tests help in making the distinction. The paper discusses the essential practice points related to the phenomenon.