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Erythematous skin lesions - asymptomatic

62 years female a known case of hypertension and hypothyroidism on regular treatment presented with lesions over both lower limbs below knee .No symptoms like pruritus or pain associated with lesions. Diagnosis and treatment?

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Old age patient with asymptomatic erythematous on both limbs with hypertension and thyoidism indicates thyroid gland dysfunction. It doesn't produce enough Thyroid  hormone (hypothyroidism) leads to  high blood pressure can result. .Hypertension is caused by hypothyroidism in 3 percent of patients with high blood pressure. Hypercholesterolemia and an increase in fatty acids are also associated with low thyroid function, So here this patient needs immediate throxine supplementation.
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Old age patient with asymptomatic erythematous on both limbs with hypertension and thyoidism indicates thyroid gland dysfunction. It doesn't produce enough Thyroid  hormone (hypothyroidism) leads to  high blood pressure can result. .Hypertension is caused by hypothyroidism in 3 percent of patients with high blood pressure. Hypercholesterolemia and an increase in fatty acids are also associated with low thyroid function, So here this patient needs immediate throxine supplementation.
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