How would you distinguish epithelioma from syphilitic ulceration, wart, and lupus vulgaris?
lupus vulgaris is most commonly seen in early life, and occurs chiefly on the face, about the nose, cheeks or ears.
How does the tubercular syphiloderm differ from lupus vulgaris?
It is to be distinguished from the tubercular syphiloderm and lupus vulgaris, diseases to which it may bear rough resemblance.
In what respects does lupus erythematosus differ from lupus vulgaris?
lupus vulgaris lupus vul·gar·is (vŭl-gâr'ĭs)
Cutaneous tuberculosis with characteristic reddish-brown ulcerating nodular lesions on the face, particularly about the nose and ears.