Widely used for the early diagnosis
Microcirculation Analysis or nailfoldcapillaroscopy, is widely used for the early diagnosis, prediction as well as prognosis for a variety of clinical diseases by detecting microcirculation changes. It allows the nailfold capillaries to be visualized and it is a useful aid to the differential diagnosis of Raynaud phenomenon or other undifferentiated connective tissue disease. Researches have shown that changes in the nailfold microcirculation can be one of the main manifestations of many disorders.
The test indicates the presence of: