Lupus erythematosus–lichen planus overlap syndrome (also known as "Lichen planus–lupus erythematosus overlap syndrome") is a true overlap syndrome with features of both lupus erythematosus and lichen planus, with skin lesions usually large, atropic, hypopigmented, red or pink patches and plaques.
Lichen planus–lupus erythematosus overlap syndrome is a rare variant of lichen planus characterized by lesions that share features with lupus erythematosus. Atrophic plaques and patches with hypopigmentation and a livid red to blue-violet color with telangiectasia and minimal scaling are characteristic.
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