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1.  Prevalence of primary Raynaud phenomena in young females.LinkIT
Olsen N, Nielsen SL
Scandinavian journal of clinical and laboratory investigation, 1978
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2.  Dead fingers.LinkIT
Eastcott HH
The Practitioner, 1977
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3.  [Do the clinical symptoms described by Raynaud correspond to a nosological entity or a syndrome with multiple etiologies?].LinkIT
Kluken N
Phlebologie, 1977
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