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Sclerodactyly

Sclerodactyly: Introduction

Sclerodactyly: The hard, shiny appearance of fingers caused by excess connective tissue buildup. This is a common feature of scleroderma, but it ... more about Sclerodactyly.

Sclerodactyly: The localisation of scleroderma on the digits. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Sclerodactyly is available below.

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The hard, shiny appearance of fingers caused by excess connective tissue buildup. This is a common feature of scleroderma, but it may also occur in other conditions. (Source: excerpt from Handout on Health Scleroderma: NIAMS)

 

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