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  • Lacking the degenerative changes in the epidermal basal cell layer, basement membrane thickening secondary to basal lamina reduplication, and direct immuofluorescence findings seen in LE-specific skin disease, it has been difficult to understand how LET relates to chronic CLE or other forms of LE-specific skin disease. Perhaps one could argue that LET is not really a form of CLE at all but rather a separate distinctive photosensitive dermatosis. Alternatively, one could envision a paradigm where LET could represent a polar extreme on the spectrum of cutaneous histopathological change that can be seen in LE-specific skin disease (Figure 1).
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  • JAMA
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  • Copyright 2000 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
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  • Figure
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  • Landscape
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  • Creator:
  • Richard D. Sontheimer MD
  • Credit:
  • Sontheimer, R. D. (2000). Questions Answered and a $1 Million Question Raised Concerning Lupus Erythematosus Tumidus. , 136(8), 1044-1049. https://doi.org/10.1001/archderm.136.8.1044.
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  • Article Authors:
  • Richard D. Sontheimer MD
  • Article Copyright Year:
  • 2000
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  • Publication Volume:
  • 136
  • Publication Issue:
  • 8
  • Publication Date:
  • 08/01/2000
  • DOI:
  • https://doi.org/10.1001/archderm.136.8.1044

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