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Factors Associated with Transition from Primary to Secondary Raynaud's Phenomenon

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Many patients with primary Raynaud's phenomenon have a relatively benign condition. Some patients may develop progressive primary disease. Still others are diagnosed as having a disorder associated with secondary Raynaud's disease, often an autoimmune disorder.

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