Rheumatology
Rheumatology
Rheumatology Cutaneous Lupus
What is Cutaneous Lupus?

Cutaneous Lupus is caused by an autoimmune response, meaning the body attacks its own tissues and organs. In cutaneous lupus, the immune system targets skin cells, causing inflammation that leads to red, thick, and often scaly rashes and sores that may burn or itch. Cutaneous lupus may affect people of any age or gender, but it's most common among women 20 to 50 years old. There is a higher frequency in Black/African Americans.

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Up to $100 or more per completed visit.
Rheumatology Cutaneous Lupus
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Tampa:
605 N. Howard Avenue
Tampa, FL 33606
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