Scleroderma and your body
How scleroderma affects different parts of your body
En Coup de Sabre is a term used when linear scleroderma affects the forehead. It appears as an indented, vertical, colourless, line of skin on the forehead.
When any form of scleroderma (either localised or systemic) occurs in children, it is also called Childhood Scleroderma or Juvenile Scleroderma.
Parry Romberg's Is also known as Progressive Hemifacial Atrophy or HFA. It may be the same as Linear Scleroderma affecting the face.
Lupus erythematosus panniculitis is a rare disease characterised by deep subcutaneous nodules, most commonly localised on the upper limbs and face.