Which rheumatic diseases should be considered in a patient with Raynauds phenomenon and polyarticular symptoms

Which rheumatic diseases should be considered in a patient with Raynauds phenomenon and polyarticular symptoms?

• Mixed connective tissue disease (prevalence >90%)

• Systemic sclerosis (prevalence >90%)

• SLE (prevalence of 20%)

• Polymyositis/dermatomyositis (prevalence of 20%–40%)

• Vasculitis (variable prevalence, depending on the particular syndrome)

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