Post-traumatic Raynaud's phenomenon following volar plate injury. Rhode Island medical journal (2013) Chodakiewitz, Y. G., Daniels, A. H., Kamal, R. N., Weiss, A. C. 2014; 97 (4): 24-26


Post-traumatic Raynaud's phenomenon following non-penetrating or non-repetitive injury is rare. We report a case of Raynaud's phenomenon occurring in a single digit 3 months following volar plate avulsion injury. Daily episodes of painless pallor of the digit occurred for 1 month upon any exposure to cold, resolving with warm water therapy. Symptoms resolved after the initiation of hand therapy, splinting, and range-of- motion exercises.

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