Which type of hand rash strongly suggests the diagnosis of SLE

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Which type of hand rash strongly suggests the diagnosis of SLE?

There are erythematous lesions over the dorsum of the hands and fingers, affecting the skin between the joints.

In contrast, the right panel shows lesions over the metacarpophalangeal and proximal interphalangeal joints, and this rash (Gottron’s papules) is characteristic of dermatomyositis.

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