Definition of Raynaud's disease

1. Noun. A disease characterized by low blood flow to the fingers, toes, and/or ears. ¹



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Medical Definition of Raynaud's disease

1. Paroxysmal spasm of the digital arteries causing pallor (blanching) of the fingers and toes. Maurice Raynaud, French physician (1834-81). (27 Sep 1997)

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