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These nine slides depict calcinosis, including the case of a 29-year-old female whose dystrophic calcinosis progressed relentlessly, ultimately covering her entire body like an exoskeleton.
Facial plastic surgeons at Cleveland Clinic are performing reliable, leading-edge facial reconstruction with free tissue transfer that results in less morbidity, fewer complications, lower costs and shorter hospital stays.
Cleveland Clinic studies characterize clinical features and treatment outcomes for clinically amyopathic dermatomyositis, and show intravenous immunoglobulin’s potential to treat dermatomyositis-associated dystrophic calcinosis.
Skin thickening figures prominently in almost all cases of systemic sclerosis. Effective treatments are scarce, but not for lack of investigations of new options. Here’s a rundown of the most promising.
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Here’s stark visual evidence of why skin thickness may be the most debilitating aspect of a condition whose name comes from the Greek for “hard skin.”
Standardization is the key to success in using propranolol for infantile hemangiomas. So suggests the 100 percent success rate in over 150 infants treated to date by our Vascular Anomalies Program.