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The underside of a prototype Ambulatory Raynaud's Monitor, approximately 9/16 of an inch in length, is shown on top of a Band-Aid, which is often used to secure the monitor to a patient's finger. The two black dots are temperature sensors. The green dot helps a patient correctly orient the device when placing it into its carrying case when not in use.

Credit: Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory

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