Localised scleroderma

Localised scleroderma --> morphea

a skin lesion that is characterised by the presence of localised, indurated, slightly depressed areas of thickened dermal tissue that may be white or yellow in colour and surrounded by a pink or purplish halo.

See: in cutaneus scleroderma.

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