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Raynaud's disease: sources and notes

- Devulder B., Vascular Medicine, Phenomenon of Raynaud, pp. 281-285, Masson, 1998.

Block J., Sequeria W., Raynaud's phenomenon, Lancet, 2001, 557, 2042-2048.

- The phenomenon of Raynaud, Sprynger M., Medical Journal of Liege; 2004, 59, 6: 378-384.

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