Abstract
MORPHEA SYNDROME

*Maharaul Mashrutee S, Krina N Patel, Maharaul Mashrutee S, Agrawal Vama M, Patel Narendra P, Patel Ankitkumar B, Suthar Pokhraj P.

ABSTRACT

Morphea is a rare connective tissue disorder with unknown eitiology.It is a form is scleroderma which is charecterised by cutaneous sclerosis and systemic involvement.Sclerosis can be of two types: first is systemic sclerosis with skin involvement and visceral manifestation and second is localised scleroderma which is also known as morphea with cutaneous manifestation with/without involvement of underlying tissues. It is a benign condition. Morphea should be treated early as its complications can cause high morbidity.

Keywords: morphea syndrome, scleroderma, en coup de sabre.


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