Apr. 29, 2014

Ask the Expert - Photosensitivity in Cutaneous Lupus

Photosensitivity describes the experience of having an unusual reaction to sunlight. For those with lupus who are photosensitive, exposure to the sun may cause skin rashes or other abnormal symptoms more often. In this month’s Ask the Expert presentation, Dr. Victoria Werth explores photosensitivity and its implications in those with Cutaneous Lupus Erythematosus.

Dr. Werth answered 15 questions about photosensitivty in cutaneous lupus. Read them now!

To see other presented topics, please visit www.lupus.org/ask.

Presenter: Victoria P. Werth, MD (download PDF presentation)

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