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    Calcume building bone like under my skin
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    moryegerman posted:
    Hi,

    My mother have lupus for a few years and in last year she have this calcium building bone like structure under here skin and she complains that here vision is going cloudy.
    if anybody knows on such condition please tell us what is it
    thaks
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    lupylisa44 responded:
    If she has been on prednisone or any other steroid, it could be that she is getting cataracts. she should go to an opthamologist for a thorough eye exam. As for the boney structure under her skin, depending on the location, it could be cyst which should also be seen by a doctor.

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