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Cutaneous lupus erythematosus, morphea profunda and psoriasis: A case report.

Cutaneous lupus erythematosus, morphea profunda and psoriasis: A case report.
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García-Arpa M, Flores-Terry MA, Ramos-Rodríguez C, Franco-Muñoz M, González-Ruiz L, Ramírez-Huaranga MA,


García-Arpa M, Flores-Terry MA, Ramos-Rodríguez C, Franco-Muñoz M, González-Ruiz L, Ramírez-Huaranga MA, (click to view)

García-Arpa M, Flores-Terry MA, Ramos-Rodríguez C, Franco-Muñoz M, González-Ruiz L, Ramírez-Huaranga MA,

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Reumatologia clinica 2018 04 03() pii S1699-258X(18)30045-7
Abstract

Psoriasis is a common inflammatory dermatosis that may be associated with a number of diseases. Recent studies provide evidence that there is a greater frequency of autoimmune diseases, but association with autoimmune connective tissue diseases is uncommon. The coexistence of psoriasis and lupus erythematosus is rare. Besides, the occurrence of morphea has rarely been reported in patients with lupus or psoriasis. We report a woman with cutaneous lupus and morphea profunda associated with psoriasis, with an excellent response to methotrexate, and review the literature.

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