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Champion bagpiper's fingers turned BLACK and had to be amputated after he contracted gangrene which nearly killed him. A champion bagpipe player had to have all his fingers and toes amputated after he developed gangrene which nearly killed him. Mail Online, 09/21/2018. (Also see Gangrene and Amputation) This item was posted in the ISN Newsroom. Please check the newsroom daily for updates on scleroderma and other related articles.
Kathy Baker: CREST, Systemic Sclerosis. This is second slideshow added to Kathy's story, with photos of gangrene and amputation as a complication of systemic sclerosis (scleroderma). Posted 05/08/2015. There are over 1,000 Patient and Caregiver Stories on the main Sclero.org site. Over 300 of these stories are featured in the Voices of Scleroderma book series.
I hope some of you can give me helpful information. My brother has been diagnosed with several auto immune diseases. One of them is Raynauds. Right now his fingers are in a terrible condition: black, drainage from around the nail, sensitivity in the fingers, etc. They are a mess. He is wearing gloves, on several medications and is being seen by a rheumatologist. Do any of you have this type of condition with your fingers and to the extreme like his fingers. We are very concerned that he may lose some of his fingers by just the appearance. Any helpful comments in this area would be greatly appreciated. Thanks