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BOF: 2.68

A 53-year-old male presents with an itchy rash on the anterior aspect of his wrists. On examination you note several purplish, flat -topped papules. There are papules that have arisen in areas of trauma and you also note fine, white, lacy lines on the lesions. Oral involvement is also seen.

In this patient which one of the following is characteristic of this condition?

a)      Purple colour

b)      Papules arising in areas of trauma

c)      Oral involvement

d)      Flat topped papules

e)      Fine white lacy lines on the lesion

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