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Does any one out there know about morphea scleroderma?

Does any one out there know about morphea scleroderma?

YES SEE BELOW: Morphea is a medical term for localized scleroderma. The disease involves isolated patches of hardened skin - there generally is no internal organ involvement. ...Read more

Dr. James Dukelow
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Dermatosclerosis (Definition)

Dermatosclerosis (also known as scleroderma), is a disease of the connective tissue, causing tightening and ...Read more


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What is the meaning of dermatosclerosis?

What is the meaning of dermatosclerosis?

Dermatosclerosis: An autoimmune disease that affects the blood vessels and connective tissue; fibrous connective tissue is deposited in the skin. ...Read more

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What kind of condition is dermatosclerosis?

Bad disease: Scleroderma is a progressive disease that affects the skin and connective tissue (including cartilage, bone, fat, and the tissue that supports the nerves and blood vessels throughout the body). There are two major forms of the disorder. One localize and could effect the whole body. ...Read more

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What are the key symptoms of dermatosclerosis?

Thickened skin: It is a thickening of the skin usually on the upper back and back of the neck. More common in diabetics and heavier people. Treatment is difficult as medicine is partially effective in preventing progression of problem. ...Read more

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What things predispose someone to dermatosclerosis?

What things predispose someone to dermatosclerosis?

Diabetes: It is associated with diabetes and usually involves the back of neck. It is difficult to treat although to is often asymptomatic. ...Read more

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What choices do I have for treating dermatosclerosis?

What choices do I have for treating dermatosclerosis?

Clarify: There is no specific disease called "dermatosclerosis." do you mean scleroderma? If so, treatment options include drugs such as penicillamine, immunosuppressives, and antiinflammatory agents, but there is no definitive cure. If you mean something else, please let us know. ...Read more

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How common is scleroderma, and is their a cause or a cure?

How common is scleroderma, and is their a cause or a cure?

See details: Scleroderma is very uncommon with an incidence of about 19 new cases per 1 million people per year. The cause is unknown and there are no cures. ...Read more

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How do you treat scleroderma? Is it ever cured? Does it spread?

It can improve: There is no cure for scleroderma, but there are many things that can be done to treat it depending on the involvement. Blood pressure control, kidney protection, temperature protection for the extremes of cold and heat. Scleroderma people in the past would not survive renal failure - but with blood pressure control, dialysis these patients can not survive with return to renal function. ...Read more

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My mom has scleroderma; what is the best way to cure it?

My mom has scleroderma; what is the best way to cure it?

No cure: Some forms of scleroderma are mild and need little or no treatment. Other forms involve internal organs as well as the skin and require comprehensive treatment aimed at reducing symptoms. However, there is no cure. ...Read more

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Dr. Pierre Moeser
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Scleroderma (Definition)

Scleroderma is an autoimmune disease characterized by tightening of the skin on ...Read more