Vascular disorders may cause a lack of blood flow to the hand and/or fingertips. Vascular disorders in the hand may result from trauma such as knife wounds which damage blood vessels, from aneurysms or blocked blood vessels, Raynaud’s disease, or vascular malformations. Symptoms include pain, color changes in the fingertips, and numbness or tingling in the fingertips. Treatment depends upon the severity of the problem, and ranges from medical therapy to surgical repair.
Please contact The Hand Center at (414) 955-HAND (4263) for additional information.