What is localized scleroderma?

Answer Scleroderma is a connective-tissue disorder that causes the skin to thicken and harden. Milder cases include pain in the muscles and joints. In more severe cases, scleroderma affects the blood vess... Read More »

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Localized Abdominal Pain?

Abdominal pain is a general term used to describe pain that occurs anywhere in the front of the body between the groin and chest. Pain limited to one specific area of abdomen is commonly known as l... Read More »

Are localized headaches a symptom of brain cancer?

It's possible. But 6 years is a mighty long time with no other symptoms.

Does immunodeficiency cause scleroderma?

On One Hand: Immunodeficiency Does Not Cause SclerodermaImmunodeficiency (weakened immune system) is not one of the causes of scleroderma. In fact, the immune system appears to be overactive in scl... Read More »

Dermatology & Scleroderma?

Scleroderma is chronic connective tissue disorder, according to the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD). One of the most obvious symptoms of this condition is a hardening of the skin. This sympto... Read More »