Dystrophic calcinosis cutis can be associated with severe pain, decreased mobility, increased risk of infection and significantly decreased quality of life. We report a case of recalcitrant calcinosis cutis on the background of eosinophilic fasciitis, which achieved rapid reduction in calcium deposits following a novel injecting protocol of intralesional sodium thiosulfate.
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Contributors QL was responsible for the write up and editing of the manuscript. AR contributed in editing the manuscript. WS contributed in reviewing the manuscript. JL supervised and contributed in editing the manuscript.
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