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Dead fingers

Dead fingers --> acroasphyxia

Impaired digital circulation, possibly a mild form of raynauds disease, marked by a purplish or waxy white colour of the fingers, with subnormal local temperature and paresthesia.

Synonym: dead fingers, waxy fingers.

Origin: acro-_ g. Asphyxia, stoppage of the pulse

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