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Figure 56.1
Cutaneous features of systemic sclerosis. (a) Raynaud phenomenon showing the typical white discoloration of the fingers caused by vasospasm (i) and bl...
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Figure 56.5
Infrared thermograms recorded 10 min after immersion of the hands in water at 15°C for 1 min for (a) normal fingertip rewarming (temperature 33°C) and...
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Figure 56.2
The cellular and molecular pathogenesis of systemic sclerosis (SSc): a summary of the complex and multifaceted pathogenesis of SSc that involves cells...
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Figure 56.6
Management of systemic sclerosis. Whilst a range of supportive therapies may be appropriate for all SSc patients, treatment should be tailored accordi...
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Figure 56.3
Histopathological features of systemic sclerosis. (a) Low‐power view showing ‘squared’ edges due to thickening of the dermis and extension of fibrosis...
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Figure 56.4
(a) Normal nail fold capillaroscopy. (b–e) Typical capillaroscopic findings in systemic sclerosis (SSc): changes seen with disease progression. (b) Is...