Paul Klee’s illness – a series of historical and clinical vignettes


Paul Klee (1879-1940) is undoubtedly the most notable historical figure to have suffered from systemic sclerosis (scleroderma). In this, the first in a series of vignettes on Klee’s illness, I will explore a likely early feature of his condition - Raynaud phenomenon. In subsequent vignettes I will highlight other features of Klee’s condition.

J scleroderma relat disord 2017; 2(3): 135 - 136

Article Type: EDITORIAL



Richard M. Silver

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Conflict of interest: The author has no financial interest related to this study to disclose.

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