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Antinuclear and anti-single-stranded DNA antibodies in morphea and generalized morphea.Academic Article Why?
Morphea and its variants and the "floating sign"-an additional finding in morphea.Academic Article Why?
Morphea-like skin reactions in patients treated with the cathepsin K inhibitor balicatib.Academic Article Why?
Morphea-like tattoo reaction.Academic Article Why?
Scleroderma, LocalizedConcept Why?
Cosmetic treatment in patients with autoimmune connective tissue diseases: Best practices for patients with morphea/systemic sclerosis.Academic Article Why?
MorpheaAcademic Article Why?
Falanga, VincentPerson Why?
A potential role for imatinib and other small molecule tyrosine kinase inhibitors in the treatment of systemic and localized sclerosis.Academic Article Why?
Acute lipodermatosclerosis is associated with venous insufficiency.Academic Article Why?
Alopecia with perineural lymphocytes: a clue to linear scleroderma en coup de sabre.Academic Article Why?
D-penicillamine in the treatment of localized scleroderma.Academic Article Why?
Down-regulation of microRNA-196a in the sera and involved skin of localized scleroderma patients.Academic Article Why?
Frequency, levels, and significance of blood eosinophilia in systemic sclerosis, localized scleroderma, and eosinophilic fasciitis.Academic Article Why?
High titers of antibodies to single-stranded DNA in linear scleroderma.Academic Article Why?
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