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raynaud's disease vs raynaud's phenomenon: sex
both female
raynaud's disease vs raynaud's phenomenon: bilaterality
present (symmetrical) vs maybe (assymetrical)
raynaud's disease vs raynaud's phenomenon: effect of cold
precipitation vs increases sx
raynaud's disease vs raynaud's phenomenon: ischemic changes
rare vs common
raynaud's disease vs raynaud's phenomenon: gangrene
rare vs more commonly seen
raynaud's disease vs raynaud's phenomenon: disease association (such as scleroderma; lupus; rheumatoid arthritis; or drmatomyositis)
no vs yes
age: diabetic gangrene
any
age: atherosclerotic gangrene
older than 60
age: thromboangiitis obliterans gangrene
under 40
age: raynaud's diseae gangrene
under 40
age: arterial embolism gangrene
any
age: Spanish
la edad
age: French
l'âge
age: Arabic
عُمْر
age: Chinese
年龄(niánlíng)
sex: diabetic gangrene
either
sex: atherosclerotic gangrene
either
sex: thromboangiitis obliterans gangrene
male
sex: raynaud's diseae gangrene
female
sex: arterial embolism gangrene
either
onset: diabetic gangrene
gradual
onset: atherosclerotic gangrene
gradual
onset: thromboangiitis obliterans gangrene
gradual
onset: raynaud's diseae gangrene
gradual
onset: arterial embolism gangrene
sudden
pain: diabetic gangrene
moderate
pain: atherosclerotic gangrene
moderate
pain: thromboangiitis obliterans gangrene
severe
pain: raynaud's diseae gangrene
moderate
pain: arterial embolism gangrene
often severe
pain: Spanish
el dolor
pain: French
la douleur
pain: Arabic
تَوَجُّع
pain: Chinese
痛苦(tòngkǔ)
distal pulses: diabetic gangrene
may be absent
distal pulses: atherosclerotic gangrene
may be absent
distal pulses: thromboangiitis obliterans gangrene
may be absent
distal pulses: raynaud's diseae gangrene
present
distal pulses: arterial embolism gangrene
absent (affected artery no pulse)