Connective Tissue Disease with Nailfold Change

Connective Tissue Disease with Nailfold Change: This finger shows nailfold changes with hemorrhages/infarcts suggesting small vessel vasculitis/vasculopathy. This might be seen in connective tissue diseases such as lupus and dermatomyositis. (Image Credit: Dr. Jack Reynolds)

This finger shows nailfold changes with hemorrhages/infarcts suggesting small vessel vasculitis/vasculopathy. This might be seen in connective tissue diseases such as lupus and dermatomyositis. (Image Credit: Dr. Jack Reynolds)