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Home > Health Information > Condition Information > UCTD > Symptoms
Reviewed on `12/10By Dr. Fischer
Aryeh Fischer, MD
Dept. of Medicine
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Because undifferentiated connective tissue (UCTD) disease can affect so many different parts of the body as an autoimmune disease, UCTD often has many symptoms.
Common symptoms of undifferentiated connective tissue disorder include:
Color changes of hands and feet with cold exposure (known as Raynaud's)
Dryness of the eyes
Dryness of the mouth
Lymph node swelling
Shortness of breath
Many new therapies for inflammatory rheumatologic diseases have been made available, and we are focused on finding the best therapeutic program for every patient.
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