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DISCOID LUPUS ERYTHEMATOSUS

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Good answers from Dr. Sahana and Dr. kute Ankush....  Erythematous plaque, As the lesion progresses, the scale may thicken and become adherent. Pigmentary changes may develop, with hypopigmentation in the central,, and hyperpigmentation at the active border. Lesions spread centrifugally and may merge. As lesions age, dilation of follicular openings occurs with a keratinous plug, termed follicular plugging. Resolution of the active lesion results in atrophy. Here sun exposure is trigger the problem.It is limited to Head and neck ...so it is LOCALISED TYPE.....

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Good answers from Dr. Sahana and Dr. kute Ankush....  Erythematous plaque, As the lesion progresses, the scale may thicken and become adherent. Pigmentary changes may develop, with hypopigmentation in the central,, and hyperpigmentation at the active border. Lesions spread centrifugally and may merge. As lesions age, dilation of follicular openings occurs with a keratinous plug, termed follicular plugging. Resolution of the active lesion results in atrophy. Here sun exposure is trigger the problem.It is limited to Head and neck ...so it is LOCALISED TYPE.....

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