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Figure 1: (a-c) Clinical features of the CAD patient. Acrocyanosis and digital gangrene rapidly appeared in the patient's hands and feet. (d) A blood smear test revealed erythrocytic coagulation. The arrow indicates a representative agglutination. Histopathological examination of the cyanotic lesion on the finger revealed thrombosis (arrow) in superficial dermal vessels (e) and endothelial proliferation (arrowhead) associated with thrombosis in subcutaneous vessels (f). (e and f: H and E, ×200)

Figure 1: (a-c) Clinical features of the CAD patient. Acrocyanosis and digital gangrene rapidly appeared in the patient's hands and feet. (d) A blood smear test revealed erythrocytic coagulation. The arrow indicates a representative agglutination. Histopathological examination of the cyanotic lesion on the finger revealed thrombosis (arrow) in superficial dermal vessels (e) and endothelial proliferation (arrowhead) associated with thrombosis in subcutaneous vessels (f). (e and f: H and E, ×200)