Systemic Lupus Erythematosus

Multiple organs or organ systems in the body may become inflamed as a result of SLE, either acutely or persistently. Contrarily, cutaneous lupus (CLE) affects only the skin, albeit it can eventually lead to SLE in certain cases. Certain prescription drugs may result in drug-induced lupus. Though it shares many of the same symptoms as SLE, it rarely has a negative impact on vital organs and goes away roughly six months after treatment is stopped. Neonatal lupus, which only affects infants, is not the genuine condition. After six months, the majority of neonatal lupus symptoms will be gone.

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