Systemic scleroderma: An approach from plastic surgery - Loss of facial fat pads scleroderma
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Abstract. Facial lipoatrophy refers to the loss of subcutaneous fat tissue The facial fat pads also modify their shape and location due to facial skeleton changes. Localized scleroderma, also known as morphea, is a form of. While both cause skin thickening on the hands and face, dcSSc causes Note how the fingertips have lost their fat pads and appear pitted.