Ischemic Ulcer

Ischemic Ulcer: Patients with Raynaud’s disease secondary to a collagen vascular disease such as scleroderma may develop ischemic ulcers at the tip of the digit. When these eventually heal, they may leave “pits” or scars on the digit as can be seen at the tip of the index finger. (Image Credit: Dr. Lori Albert)

Patients with Raynaud’s disease secondary to a collagen vascular disease such as scleroderma may develop ischemic ulcers at the tip of the digit. When these eventually heal, they may leave “pits” or scars on the digit as can be seen at the tip of the index finger. (Image Credit: Dr. Lori Albert)