The acrocyanosis is persistent, painless, symmetrical cyanosis of the hands, feet or face, caused by a vasospasm of the small vessels of the skin in response to cold. The acrocyanosis usually occurs in women, and is not associated with arterial disease. The fingers, hands or feet are constantly cold, bluish, sweat excessively and may swell. When acrocyanosis cyanosis persists in contrast to the Raynaud’s syndrome and does not go back…

September 3, 2018