Oesophagus in scleroderma

Oesophagus in scleroderma

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Caption: Oesophagus in scleroderma. Oesophagus removed from a patient with scleroderma, showing hardened areas (white). Scleroderma is an autoimmune disease characterised by hardening of the skin. In its most severe form it can affect the internal organs, as here. It's cause is unknown.

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