SLE-specific cutaneous manifestation

Most common SLE-specific cutaneous manifestation

[A] Malar rash

[B] Mucocutaneous involvement

[C] Discoid lupus

[D] Photosensitivity

Cutaneous manifestations of SLE include malar rash, photosensitivity, and discoid lupus. Malar rash is characterized by erythema over the cheeks and nasal bridge (but sparing the nasolabial folds, which is in contrast to the rash of dermatomyositis)

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