Most people with lupus have a butterfly rash cross the face that can be controlled with medication, but there are other types of rashes that occur in lupus patients. The rash subacute cutaneous lupus erythematosu could develop in sun-exposed areas of the body. Livedo reticularis, which is caused by abnormal blood flow through the capillaries, appears in a purple, lace-like pattern on the skin.
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