A 35-year-old female patient with a history of diabetes mellitus presented with extensive plaques of sclerosis, pigmentary lesions, and atrophy of the skin and muscles on the right side of the body. Suggest the line of treatment.

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? DERMATOMYOSITIS Preliminary investigations: CBC ESR ANA ANTI DNA BOTH SS AND DS CPK S. ELECTROLYTES URINE R SKIN BIOPSY. After reports of these investigation diagnosis will be possible. Treatment part comes after diagnosis.

Diabetic dermopathy R/o DLE

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Diabetic dermopathy

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Diabetic dermopathy

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Diabetic dermopathy

Diabetuc Dermopathy

SUGGESTIVE. OF DIABETIC SCLEROTIC DERMOPATHY

Diabetic dermetopathy. See that Glycemic index is well controlled.

please give picture of a specific eruption. video is not visualizing the appearance of the lesion

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