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Interesting. I have them on my arms, chest, abdomen and back. I don’t have them in great numbers but enough to notice. I thought they were cherry spots which are common, never even thought about them really until falling ill recently, and seeing signs of autoimmune disease. I have a couple on my right hand (infact same finger) one on my forehead, all of which came up today, and a few on my toes which seem to come and go (so may not be connected dont know). I guess I shall keep a close eye. Not sure if they are a function of autoimmune disease or EDS. They don’t blanch, which is not typical of the telangectasias seen in scleroderma, i think. Boundaries are blurred with these diseases. However vasculitus is an autoimmune disease, and if you have scleroderma or lupus for example, you are prone to others. I’m not sure if scleroderma leads to inflammation of vessels as such, say like in vasculitus, of which there are different types that affect different size blood vessels, but I guess the abnormal collagen must damage the vessels leading to small capillaries to burst. Scleroderma is a very complex condition I feel.