Oral manifestations in discoid lupus erythematosus: a case r
The following case has been reported in the Journal of Indian Academy of Oral Medicine and Radiology. The patient aged 40–50 years presented with one big palatal lesion extending into the edentulous gingival area and even crossing over the muccobuccal fold and cheek mucosa with ulcerations. The patient was wearing full dentures and could not use it because of unbearable pain.

The lesion on the palate had whitish keratotic outline and also fungal greyish white patch over the larger surfaces and radiating keratotic papules. There was no skin lesion on the face anywhere.

There was another small circular lesion of corn-size on the right side of the palatal lesion, a little away from the main left-side lesion. This small lesion had a reddish central area and was surrounded by a white-bordered patch.

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