Please explain what are some symptoms of scleroderma?

Scleroderma. Read this: http://www.Scleroderma.Org/site/pagenavigator/patients_whatis.Html#.Usgcp_rdt8e.
Hard Skin. In Scleroderma, autoimmune inflammation leads to fibrosis, thickening and tightening of the skin. In some cases, only the hands are affected, making fingers appear claw-like. In other cases, the arms, legs, upper back and face can also be affected. Other symptoms include Raynaud's, acid reflux from esophageal dysmotility; shortness of breath from lung fibrosis and increased pressure on the heart.