Mb. Raynaud is a disease of blood vessels of unknown origin. It is manifested as spasms of small arteries, most commonly of fingers and toes, sometimes on other parts of the body (nose, ear, tongue). The main symptom is intermittent paleness and cyanosis, sometimes also pain. In 60 to 90% of the cases, the patients are young women, already suffering from sclerodermia, although the disease could be the only one.

HBOT lessens pain, enhances microcirculation and oxygen delivery to the affected limbs, as well as stimulates growth of new blood vessels.

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