2020
DOI: 10.1111/dth.13870
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Abstract: Nodular vasculitis (NV) is a chronic, recurrent, most common form of lobular panniculitis with septal vasculitis. It typically presents in middle-aged women with erythematous tender nodules or plaques which may progress to ulcers on the lower legs. In addition to a definite association with tuberculosis, many of the underlying causes of NV remain to be fully elucidated. In cases associated with tuberculosis, antitubercular treatment regimen should be given. However, it is

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