There are various types of lupus. Systemic Lupus Erthematosus is systemic, and affects the major organs of the body – the kidneys, lungs, and heart. Discoid lupus affects the skin. It is usually much milder than SLE but most often causes rashes on the skin and it tends to affect females from the age of 15 through 45 years old.
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The lupus rash is characterized by a rash across cheeks and nose in shape
of a butterfly.Lupus is an autoimmune disease and there is both the systemic and discoid varieties.The rash often recurs and it can also be on scalp, chest,back and feet. The butterfly rash on the face has a red tint to it.
Some people [...]