Morphea Associated with Celiac Disease and Hearing loss: more than one Localized DiseaseSana Abourazzak, Fatima-Ezzahra Abourazzak, Meryem Meziane, Zahra Akodad, Youssef Bouyahyaoui, Mounia Idrissi, Sana Chaouki, Afaf Amarti, Moustapha Hida.
Localized scleroderma, also known as morphea, comprises a group of conditions that involve essentially the skin and subcutaneous tissues. They have various features and range from very small plaques to extensive fibrotic lesions that may cause significant functional and cosmetic deformity.
In this case discussion, we report the case of a young girl with an uncommon association of three autoimmune diseases, including well-documented generalized morphea with celiac disease and hearing loss emphasizing the spectrum of autoimmunity.
Morphea; child; celiac disease, hearing loss; autoimmunity
Journal of Apitherapy
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