60-year-old male with discoloration of fingers and pain in the left hand and both KNEES – 18/05/2022


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What is the final diagnosis?

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A 60-year-old male presented with the bluish discoloration of three middle three fingers on both sides and intermittent pain in the left hand for the past 4 months. He was also experiencing pain and swelling in the knee joints. What can be the diagnosis?

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