Juvenile Localized Scleroderma

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The patient has been seen by a Duke provider for pediatric rheumatology care within the last three years or you need to reschedule an appointment.

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Duke pediatric rheumatologists identify the type of scleroderma affecting your child and use the latest therapies to reduce symptoms and minimize damage to skin, muscle, joints, and bones. Our team also helps your child learn to cope with the condition and its visible effects as they develop.