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Dr. Nass received dual medical degrees from the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA and Charles R. Drew University in Medicine and Science. He completed Family Medicine residency at Ventura County Medical Center with subsequent fellowships at Ventura, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, George Washington University, and University of California-Irvine. He holds faculty appointments at Keck School of Medicine of USC, Loma Linda University School of Medicine, and Western University of Health Sciences.

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Kaito Nakamura, MD (Rheumatology & Allergy)

Dr. Nakamura is a rheumatologist who has practiced in the Ota Nishinouchi Hospital attached to Ota General Hospital, National Health Insurance Matsudo City Hospital, Chiba University Hospital, and the National Health Insurance Asahi Central Hospital.

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  • Raynaud's

  • Discoloration of the fingers

  • Hand color changes in cold places

  • Hand turns pale in cold places

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What is raynaud's disease?

This disorder of unknown origin causes decreased blood flow to the fingers due to blood vessel spasms. Initially, fingers turn pale when exposed to cold, then become swollen, painful, and red when warmed.

Symptoms of raynaud's disease

  • Fingers and toes turn from pale blue to purplish-red when in the cold

  • Fingers and toes are pale white or blue

  • Finger pain

  • Hands and feet turned pale and blue

  • Numbness or abnormal sensation

  • Skin problem over the back of the hand

  • Hands and feet are cold

  • Numbness of the fingers

Questions your doctor may ask to check for raynaud's disease

  • Do your fingers and toes turn from pale blue to purplish-red color in the cold?

  • Are your fingers or toes pale?

  • Are your fingers hurting?

  • Is your skin colored either purple or blue?

  • Do you feel any numbness or altered sensation?

Treatment for raynaud's disease

Further investigations may be needed to find and treat the underlying cause. Wearing gloves to keep hands warm and quitting smoking can reduce the frequency of flare-ups. Some oral medications can also help with Raynaud's.

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Reviewed By:

Scott Nass, MD, MPA, FAAFP, AAHIVS

Scott Nass, MD, MPA, FAAFP, AAHIVS (Primary Care Physician)

Dr. Nass received dual medical degrees from the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA and Charles R. Drew University in Medicine and Science. He completed Family Medicine residency at Ventura County Medical Center with subsequent fellowships at Ventura, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, George Washington University, and University of California-Irvine. He holds faculty appointments at Keck School of Medicine of USC, Loma Linda University School of Medicine, and Western University of Health Sciences.

Kaito Nakamura, MD

Kaito Nakamura, MD (Rheumatology & Allergy)

Dr. Nakamura is a rheumatologist who has practiced in the Ota Nishinouchi Hospital attached to Ota General Hospital, National Health Insurance Matsudo City Hospital, Chiba University Hospital, and the National Health Insurance Asahi Central Hospital.

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