• We encountered a patient with urticarial vasculitis. The lesions were urticarial target-shaped, lasting approximately 48 to 72 hours, accompanied by burning, photophobia, fever, and arthralgia. Initially, all studies for thyroid disease and lupus erythematosus were negative. However, after 20 months of follow-up, the patient developed autoimmune thyroidosis and systemic lupus erythematosus. We describe an unusual progression of this disease.
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