ASPD Quiz Case 2
A 9-year–old boy presented to the clinic with complaints of dark brown plaques on his right abdomen and right thigh of eleven months duration. It had gradually progressed, hardened and resulted in painful and restriction of movement. There was no history of Raynaud’s phenomenon, dysphagia, myalgia, headache, or seizures.
1. What is your most likely diagnosis?
Linear lupus erythematosus panniculitis
2. What clinical scores will you use for disease monitoring?
Modified Rodnan scores
The Localised Scleroderma Assessment tool
Cutaneous LE Disease Area and Severity Index
Sistemic Lupus Erythematosus Disease Activity Index
Psoriasis Area and Severity Index
3.What treatment do you suggest for the patient if there is physical deformity and functional impairment?
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