Medical Definition of Dystrophic calcinosis

1. A deposit of calcium in the skin; usually occurs secondary to a preexisting inflammatory, degenerative, or neoplastic dermatosis, and is frequently seen in scleroderma. Synonym: dystrophic calcinosis, skin stones. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dystrophic Calcinosis

dystopias
dystopic
dystopically
dystrobrevin
dystrobrevins
dystroglycan
dystrophia
dystrophia myotonica
dystrophia unguium
dystrophia ungulae
dystrophias
dystrophic
dystrophic calcification
dystrophic calcinosis (current term)
dystrophies
dystrophin
dystrophinopathies
dystrophinopathy
dystrophins
dystrophisation
dystrophy
dystropy
dysuria
dysurias
dysuric
dysuries
dysury
dysversion

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