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An adult 35-year-old female presents to your office with the chief complaint of intermittent episodes of color changes of her fingertips. The color changes from blue, white, and red and is accompanied by numbness and tingling. The attacks happen for 2-3 hours. Hands and feet become numb in the winter months. Based on this history what is a possible diagnosis?
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