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What are the symptoms of cryoglobulinemia relative to hepatitis C?

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Some people with cryoglobulinemia have no symptoms. Others may have:

�Weakness

�Joint pain or swelling

�A raised, purple skin rash, usually in the lower portion of the legs

�Swelling of the legs and feet

�Nerve pain

Some people with cryoglobulinemia also may have Raynaud's phenomenon, when your fingers and toes turn colors (white, then purple, then red) and hurt in cold temperatures.

SOURCES:

Zignego A. , Aug. 1, 2008. Clinics in Liver Disease

Reviewed by Jennifer Robinson on July 22, 2018

SOURCES:

Zignego A. , Aug. 1, 2008. Clinics in Liver Disease

Reviewed by Jennifer Robinson on July 22, 2018

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How is cryoglobulinemia relative to hepatitis C diagnosed?

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