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A 45-year-old male smoker presents with the clinical appearance shown in Figure A. Which of the following statements is true regarding his condition?
Anticoagulation with aspirin has been shown to decrease the incidence of amputation
Arteriography is useful in the diagnosis of his condition
Prophylactic amputation of unaffected digits leads to improved patient outcomes
The condition is usually painless
Involves proximal vessels first and distal vessels last
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