Respiratory function in progressive systemic sclerosis.

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In progressive systemic sclerosis, sometimes referred to as generalized scleroderma, atrophic and sclerotic changes in the skin and internal organs are usually preceded by Raynaud's phenomenon. The disorder, which affects women more frequently than men, forms one of the socalled collagen vascular diseases and, although the aetiology is uncertain, there is… (More)

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@article{Catterall1963RespiratoryFI, title={Respiratory function in progressive systemic sclerosis.}, author={Mary Catterall and Nick Rowell}, journal={Thorax}, year={1963}, volume={18}, pages={10-5} }