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Doctor insights on: Symptoms Of Morphea

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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. Hirenkumar Italia
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Morphea (Definition)

Morphea, also called localized scleroderma, is a condition consisting of an area of skin that ...Read more


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What are the symptoms of morphea?

What are the symptoms of morphea?

Skin lesion(s): Single or multiple red plaques eventually turn into tough scars which have dark or light appearances. This type of scleroderma is limited to the skin. ...Read more

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What are the common symptoms of morphea syndrome?

Se below: Morphea is localized thickening scarring of the skin. It is commoner on the body and can affect both children and adults. It begins with red thickened areas that then become hypopigmented and turn into thickened scar tissue. It can be local or generalized and the skin biopsy looks like scleroderma. Physical therapy to maintain function is important and if progressive can require immunosuppression. ...Read more

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What is morphea?

What is morphea?

Hard skin: It is hard inflammed skin on one or several body areas . Your dermatologist can diagnose it. ...Read more

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What are the tests for morphea?

Clinical diagnosis: It is more of a clinical diagnosis. Your may get a biopsy. You would have a general history and physical examiantion and lab studies and x-rays appropriate for that. There are no specific blood tests for morphea. ...Read more

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What are the issues involving a disorder called morphea?

Depends: Localized Morphea can affect children or adults. It starts as red raised skin lesions that progress to sclerosis and thickening, mostly on the trunk. Treatment is symptomatic as not curable ,and prevention of contractures. Diffuse morphea is widespread and can lead to contractures . Treatments include UVL methotrexate. Some progress to scleroderma or other rheumatic disease. ...Read more