9 Myths About Scleroderma Debunked


2. Scleroderma only affects the skin.


In its two major classifications, scleroderma may affect everything from the skin or muscles to internal organs. In the case of systemic scleroderma, it may also affect the connective tissue in many parts of the body involving the skin, esophagus, gastrointestinal tract (stomach and bowels), lungs, kidneys, heart and other internal organs.

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