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Cryofibrinogenemia: Introduction

Cryofibrinogenemia: A rare condition where a blood protein precipitates when it cools and then redissolves once it is warmed again. The disorder can occur for no apparent reason or may be associated with conditions such as cancer, infections and blood clotting disorders. Some sufferers are asymptomatic whereas other develop thrombosis or skin symptoms in response to exposure to cold. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Cryofibrinogenemia is available below.

Symptoms of Cryofibrinogenemia

  • Asymptomatic
  • Thrombosis after exposure to cold
  • Slow-healing skin ulcers after exposure to cold
  • Painful purpura after exposure to cold
  • Swollen feet after exposure to cold
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Misdiagnosis and Cryofibrinogenemia

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