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I am going to be taking care of someone with telangiectasias on the face, a form of scleroderma. Can anyone tell me more about this condition? I have heard that his face is like a sea shell, basically, but I can't really imagine what that is like in practice. So how does a person with telangiectasias feel?

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What it feels like? Pretty awful, depending on the parts of the body that are affected. People with telangiectasias have trouble moving, and their every movement is uncomfortable and painful. As well as that, there is a whole host of complications that can occur in patients with telangiectasias. Their prognosis is not very sunny either.
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