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Lupus-like rash

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Description of Lupus-like rash

Lupus-like rash: Malar Rash: symmetrical, dull to bright erythema over the cheeks and the bridge of the nose. It may increase with sunlight and frequently has mild cutaneous edema. It does not occur in the nasolabial fold. It is most characteristic of SLE.
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