These are disorders of the cutaneous vasomotricity at the extremities of the limbs present in 5 to 20% of the population especially in the woman and in the cold regions.
Most are more impressive than severe but can be very troublesome in everyday life, only some require a specific etiological investigation.
They may be permanent or paroxysmal (in flares), due to vasodilatation or vasoconstriction.
It is an excessive sweating especially of the hands and feet, an aggravating factor of all acrosyndromes and an important social discomfort.
It is an ischemia of the fingers and toes, a restriction in blood supply, sometimes triggered by cold and completely reversible in minutes with 3 phases : pallor, cyanosis and hyperemia redness.
Its appearance after 40 years, its importance and asymmetry justify an etiological examination.
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It is a vasodilatation attack triggered by exposure to heat, especially in the legs due to local heat with redness and painful burning sensations. A rare acrosyndromes which requires an etiological examination.
It is characterized by a painful "wasp" type sting burn followed by swelling and deep bruises.
It is the sensation of permanent and symmetrical of cold in hands and feet.
It is the association of a acrorighose (cold in feet and hands) with a cyanosis (bluish appearances) of the extremities and often a palmo-plantar hyperhidrosis.
It is a vascular disorder mostly affecting women. A lace-like purplish discoloration of the lower extremities. The discoloration is caused by swelling of the small veins (venules) in the skin, which makes them more visible
Frequent, benign and often associated with acrocyanos.
Irregular forms, evolving by growth and often very painful require an etiological examination.
They occur after exposure to humid cold conditions and can last several weeks.
Traditional Chinese Medicine is used for the treatment of the troublesome clinical signs: pain, heaviness, edema with a success rate close to 100% in a single session and for several months.
Several techniques are used:
Botox toxin or Botox is a very effective treatment against underarm hyperhydroses in particular, it is simple and safe but needs to be renewed regularly.
These products, gloves, socks… are "loaded" into the fiber which constitute active products which are delivered progressively during the day depending on the pathologies under consideration, which increase the efficiency of the conventional protection against moisture and Cold for the Raynaud syndrome for example.