What are differentials for these lesions?

A 15-year-old girl thin build, short stature presented with low-grade fever from the past 6 months, weight loss, and loss of appetite She has past medical history of abdominal Koch's. She took ATT for 6 months from some village. No medical records are available. Chest x-ray shows B/L hilar lymphadenopathy with patchy area of consolidation. USG w/a shows necrotic and matted mesenteric LN'S. S/o reactivation of abdominal Koch's. She has these lesions on her abdomen. What are the Differential diagnosis of these lesions?

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?? Sarcoid
Psoriasis DD ; cutaneous tuberculosis
IT'S..A CASE OF.. ? TVC .. ? PSORIASIS.. ? SLE ..
Tnx Dr Shivraj Agarwal sir
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D/d cutaneous epidermal tuberculosis 2 SLE
Thanx dr Ashok Leel
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SUGGESTIVE of DISSEMINATED ABDOMINAL TUBERCULOSIS WITH CUTANEOUS MANIFESTATIONS... ADVISABLE C. T. SCAN... CULTURE. AND. SENSITIVITY RULE. OUT..... SARCOIDOSIS
Tuberculosis Verrucosa Cutis: presence of prominent epidermal change such as hyperkeratosis, acanthosis and papillomatosis.
Verrucosa tuberculosis cutis. Lupus vulgaris. Leprosy. Basal cell carcinoma. SLE. Deep fungal infections
* psoriatic lesions .. * Tuberculosis .. v.. cutis.. * sle..
? SARCOID /TVC TO BE EVALUATED PROPERLY TO CONCLUDE
Thanks Dr. Partha Sarathi Sahana
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Verrucosa tuberculosis cutis
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