6 Types of Scleroderma

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3. Linear scleroderma: This kind of localized scleroderma is usually characterized by a line of thickened skin which may affect the bones and muscles underneath it. It appears most commonly in the arms, legs, or forehead, although it is possible to occur in more than one area.

Here’s an inspiring story from a chronic illness patient. Wyatt Wright a.k.a (Wyatt The Warrior),  a 9-year-old young man diagnosed with localized scleroderma (linear) at the age of 8.

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