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EM/Raynauds Articles

Coexistence of erythromelalgia and Raynaud’s phenomenon.  Berlin AL, Pehr K. Journal of American Academy of Der-matology 2004, 50:456-460. A case report and comparison of the underlying causes of EM and Raynaud’s.

Serotonin reuptake inhibitors, Raynaud’s phenomenon and erythromelalgia. Rey J, Cretel E, Jean R, Pastor MJ, Durrand JM. Rheumatology 2003, 601-602. Sertraline and fluoxetine relieve Raynaud’s but induce EM in 2 adults

Treatment of Raynaud’s phenomenon with the selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor fluoxetine. Coleiro B, Marshall SE, Denton CP, Howell K, Blann A, Welsh KI, Black CM. Rheumatology 2001, 40:1038-1043. Comparison of fluoxetine with nifedipine in 53 patients with Raynaud’s.

Temperature-associated vascular disorders: Raynaud’s phenomenon and erythromelalgia. Belch JJ. A textbook of vascular medicine Lowe GD, Tooke JE. 1996, chapter 22:329-352. Long thorough account of all aspects of EM and Raynaud’s including cause, diagnosis, and treatments for different types of EM.

Coexistence of Raynaud’s syndrome and erythromelalgia. Slutsker GE. Lancet 1990, 335:853. Lazareth I, Priollet P. Lan-cet 1990, 335:1286. Two letters with brief discussion on association of Raynaud’s with EM.