Discussion in 'Spot Diagnosis' started by bb100, Apr 15, 2013.
What is your medical diagnosis?
secondary Raynaud's phenomenon: digital ulcerations and sharply demarcated areas of gangrene.
Thromboangiitis obliteran or Buerger disease,inflamation and thrombosis in arteries and veins which causes gangrene of hands and feet.
Usualy the affected patient is heavy smoker.
hint- patient was a mountaineer
Wanted to say frost bite too but I allready posted my dx
u may hav wanted to say it....but i said it first, so the entire credit shud come to me :grin:
Correct Answer :gangrene of the tip of fingers secondary to frostbite
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