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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Tuberculosis Verrucosa Cutis: presence of prominent epidermal change such as hyperkeratosis, acanthosis and papillomatosis.

SUGGESTIVE of DISSEMINATED ABDOMINAL TUBERCULOSIS WITH CUTANEOUS MANIFESTATIONS... ADVISABLE C. T. SCAN... CULTURE. AND. SENSITIVITY RULE. OUT..... SARCOIDOSIS

Verrucosa tuberculosis cutis. Lupus vulgaris. Leprosy. Basal cell carcinoma. SLE. Deep fungal infections

IT'S..A CASE OF.. ? TVC .. ? PSORIASIS.. ? SLE ..

Tnx Dr Shivraj Agarwal sir
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Psoriasis DD ; cutaneous tuberculosis

?? Sarcoid

D/d cutaneous epidermal tuberculosis 2 SLE

Thanx dr Ashok Leel
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Tuberculosis verruca cutis

Verrucosa tuberculosis cutis

Sarkoid

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