Welcome to HealthcareMagic.Subacute cutaneous lupus erythematosus
(SCLE), if this is what you intended to ask, presents as symmetrical, non-scarring, reddish lesions, typically in a photo-aggravated distribution.Lesions may develop singly or in combination, leading to diagnostic confusion and might be in association with other systemic conditions, in particular connective tissue
diseases,most notably primary Sjogren’s syndrome
.It is generally less severe, although in individual patients the full range of severity and end organ dysfunction is possible. Skin lesions mostly heal without scarring or atrophy but may leave residual dyspigmentation.Take care.