4 yrs f child no h/o trauma no h/o abscess or pin prick injury like injection no pain please give ur opinions

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Agreeing and disagreeing is not contest. It is about what beleives ..only opinion. To me it is most possibly localised underlying fat necrosis(lipoatropy/not dystrophy)..possibly to known or unknown Or occult trauma.Even students know insulin injection induced lipodystropy. Common things are common.I have hard time to accept Morphia with no other findings and info.Morphea is localised scleroderma occurring patchilly causing Contractures .It is a serious disease... and serious consequences.No offense.. Just my opinion.Muscular dystrophy Is too far stretched thinking... Facts are facts...opinions are opinions... That is why this a learning flat form to provoke one anothers professional opinions to make a reasonable diagnosis and trt. Again I would do any investigations.. May be friendly surgeons opinion for management if parents are apprehensive.

Go for ct scan to r/o muscular dystrophy or muscular contrature

Thanx dr Dinesh Gupta
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IT'S A CASE OF.. ? DEPRESSED SCAR.. ? MORPHOEA.. CT SCANNING FOR CONFIRMATION AND MANAGEMENT..

Tnx a lot Dr Rajesh yadav
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DEPRESSED. SCAR MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY LIPODYSTROPHY ADVISABLE..... IF. NOT. CONGENITAL.... ... THEN.... ..... C. T. SCANNING

Lipodystrophy Muscular dystrophy.

Localised scleroderma characterized by excessive collagen deposition leading to thickening of the dermis, subcutaneous tissues, or both

Localized Lipoatrophy following Injection (?)

DD : Morphea Lipoatrophy

Lipoatrophy

Morphea Tacrolimus ointment (0.03%, ointment. ) apply locally bd

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