Early lesion of childhood morphea with slightly depressed skin and a lilac border.
Childhood guttate morphea follows the lines of Blaschko.
Linear involvement of the jaw and neck in childhood morphea.
Linear morphea as white immobile plaque on child’s neck.
Childhood morphea is characterized by slightly depressed, immobile areas of skin. Initial lesions are often dusky brown, sometimes with a lilac border, but as lesions evolve they become bound down and white. The skin of early lesions is not immobile.