A 41-year-old female asked:
High scl70, joint pain, fatigue,palmar erythema,telangiectasias,lung fibrosis,livedo reticularis,no hard skin! can it be scleroderma if no hard skin?
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Internal Medicine 61 years experience
Rheumatologist: The answer would be yes. These symptoms and signs are consistent with an autoimmune/connective tissue disorder. A rheumatologist is best qualified to evaluate and treat you after ordering appropriate tests.
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Last updated May 28, 2016
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