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Figure 1: Typical cutaneous features of Ehlers-Danlos syndrome(s). Papyraceous (a), hemosiderotic and atrophic (b), and depressed (c) scars. Skin hyperextensibility (d). Molluscoid pseudotumor of the heel (e). Multiple ecchymoses with hemosiderotic depositions (f). Note that, except for skin hyperextensibility, such cutaneous changes are not observed in the hypermobility type.