ANS . lupus vulgaris
the macroscopic appearance is the most characteristic: a slowly enlarging
plaque with a slightly elevated verrucous border and central atrophy. The
consistency is soft, and the color is reddish brown, having a classic APPLE
JELLY APPEARANCE on diascopy. Lupus vulgaris of the face produces
scarring and facial deformity. Lesions may ulcerate at the center and cause
exophytic growth, especially on the nose.
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