Usefulness of high-frequency Doppler ultrasound skin thickness measurement for disease staging and assessing treatment response in patients with scleredema: a case-control study.

Published: 19 January 2021| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/cst2n8fpmy.1
Priscila Giavedoni, Maria Pousa-Martínez, Ana Estany-Destal, Manuel Ginarte, Hugo Vázquez-Veiga, Lorena Tamez, José Manuel Mascaró Jr


Supplemental Material A. Expanded Methods B. Figures Supl. Fig 1. Thickening of the dermis in one patient with scleredema (Cases 1): (A) Initial HFUS neck; (B) initial HFUS upper back; (C) initial HFUS arm; (D) HFUS neck follow-up; (E) HFUS upper back follow-up; (F) HFUS arm follow-up. Supl. Fig. 2. Hyperechogenic dermis with acoustic back shadow in a patient with scleredema (Case 3)



Hospital Clinic de Barcelona, Universidad de Barcelona Instituto de Formacion Continua


Obesity, Diagnosis, Skin, Fibrosis, Ultrasound, Stiffness