scleredema

(skler″ĕ-dē′mă)

[sclero- + edema]
Induration of and mucin deposition on the skin of the upper back and neck, usually occurring in association with type 2 diabetes mellitus and occasionally in patients after acute streptococcal infections. In diabetic patients it may regress with strict control of blood sugars.

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SCLEREDEMA

scleredema adultorum

SEE: Buschke scleredema.

Buschke scleredema

SEE: Buschke scleredema

scleredema neonatorum

SEE: Scleroderma neonatorum.

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