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—In the article by Drs. Edgar V. Allen and George E. Brown, abstracted in The Journal, April 23. page 1501, the first requirement for the diagnosis of Raynaud's disease as stated in the conclusions should read: "Gangrene or trophic changes, when present, limited in a large degree to the skin." Of all the patients in their series of 204 cases of Raynaud's disease, 72 per cent had no trophic changes whatever.
"Raynaud's Disease.". JAMA. 1932;98(19):1668. doi:10.1001/jama.1932.02730450062022
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