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Morphea, generalized

Morphea, generalized: Introduction

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. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Morphea, generalized is available below.

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Morphea, generalized: Complications

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Causes of Morphea, generalized

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Misdiagnosis and Morphea, generalized

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Prognosis for Morphea, generalized

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

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