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Surgical treatment of systemic sclerosis: Is it justified to offer peripheral sympathectomy earlier in the disease process?

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Posted 07 April 2015 - 12:58 AM

Surgical treatment of systemic sclerosis: Is it justified to offer peripheral sympathectomy earlier in the disease process?

 

Peripheral sympathectomy is a well-tolerated procedure in patients with SSc and is associated with predictable pain relief and ulcer healing in the majority of patients. PubMed, Microsurgery, 01/14/2015. (Also see: Digital Sympathectomy)

 

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