Neonatal scleroderma is a very rare secondary neonatal autoimmune disease characterized by neonatal-onset of erythematous skin lesions with a linear appearance that gradually become indurated and hyperpigmented and progressively present skin atrophy. Positive serum antibodies (in particular antinuclear antibodies and/or rheumatoid factor) may be associated.
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