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A case of facial hemiatrophy and homolateral cervical band of scleroderma, complicated by hypothyroidism is reported. This case raises two problems: one is the problem of distinction between Romberg's disease and facial hemiatrophy due to a genuine localized scleroderma; the other concerns the relationship between localized scleroderma and dysthyroidism.(More)
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