Scleredema adultorum: the surgical implications of a rare dermatologic disorder.


A case report of nonpitting induration of the skin, scleredema adultorum of Buschke, is presented. Although it may be a benign, self-limited disease, its complications may require drainage of abscesses or soft-tissue coverage, which may result in delayed wound healing. In the reconstruction of tissue defects, skin grafts are preferred, since the skin is… (More)


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