• Two children with linear scleroderma (linear morphea) and similar clinical and serological findings were followed up for three years. One of the patients had been given penicillamine. The treated patient suffered atrophy of three extremities, whereas the untreated patient has had no progression of his disease.
(Am J Dis Child 1981;135:738-740)
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