Fast Five Quiz: Presentation and Diagnosis of Systemic Sclerosis

Dirk M. Elston, MD


October 09, 2019

Figure 1. Severe SSc-related telangiectasias that typically appears in the later stage.

Major features of SSc include centrally located skin sclerosis that affects the arms, face, and/or neck. Minor features include sclerodactyly, erosions, atrophia of the fingertips, and bilateral lung fibrosis.

To learn more about the physical features of SSc, click here.


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