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Effects of Raynaud's disease present in a human finger. The disease is characterized by narrow arteries that supply blood flow to the skin, limiting circulation to areas such as the toes, fingers, ears and tip of the nose. As a result, the areas feel cold and numb in cold temperatures or in response to stress.
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