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Systemic corticosteroids have caused deposition of calcium in the skin (calcinosis cutis ).
Children are more likely than adults to develop calcinosis (calcium deposits in the skin) and gastrointestinal symptoms.
In juvenile dermatomyositis, calcinosis usually takes the form of small lumps of calcium compounds deposited in muscles or under the skin.