Dermatol Clin 1999 Oct;17(4):865-79, vii-viii
Department of Dermatology, University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, Lake Loveland Dermatology, USA.
Lipodystrophy of the knees, calves, ankles, and neck are somewhat unique in comparison to other sites because they are more difficult to camouflage. The calves and ankles, in particular, are less dependent on body weight and more resistant to diet and exercise. Calf and ankle lipodystrophy is usually present from early adolescence. Read More