Clinicopathologic Correlation: Differentiating Between Localized Lichen Myxedematosus and Scleromyxedema

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Kamran K. Harper, MD
Lauryn M. Falcone, MD, PhD
Kevin T. Savage, MD
Alaina J. James, MD, PhD


scleromyxedema, lichen myxedematosus, cutaneous mucinosis, Clinicopathologic correlation


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