Infected scleroderma plaque

Infected scleroderma plaque

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Caption: Infected scleroderma plaque on the finger of a 77 year old male patient. Scleroderma causes white or reddish skin patches that are hard and flat. They are harmless and most often occur on the torso, feet or hands. This plaque has become infected with methicillin resistant Streptococcus aureus (MRSA) bacteria.

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