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What is Morphea, generalized?

What is Morphea, generalized?

  • Morphea, generalized: A rare skin disorder involving widespread plaques of thickened, hardened, tight skin. The skin lesions usually have little or no hair and sweat glands are absent. The tissue under the plaques contracts and becomes wasted.

Morphea, generalized: Introduction

Types of Morphea, generalized:

Broader types of Morphea, generalized:

How serious is Morphea, generalized?

Prognosis of Morphea, generalized: spontaneous improvement usually occurs in 3-5 years but the affected skin may be permanently discolored with residual muscle damage
Complications of Morphea, generalized: see complications of Morphea, generalized

What causes Morphea, generalized?

Causes of Morphea, generalized: see causes of Morphea, generalized

What are the symptoms of Morphea, generalized?

Symptoms of Morphea, generalized: see symptoms of Morphea, generalized

Complications of Morphea, generalized: see complications of Morphea, generalized

Morphea, generalized: Testing

Misdiagnosis: see misdiagnosis and Morphea, generalized.

How is it treated?

Doctors and Medical Specialists for Morphea, generalized: Dermatologist ; see also doctors and medical specialists for Morphea, generalized.
Treatments for Morphea, generalized: see treatments for Morphea, generalized
Research for Morphea, generalized: see research for Morphea, generalized

Name of Morphea, generalized

Main name of condition: Morphea, generalized

 

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