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However, at the onset of the disease the lesions may present either small plaques or papules arranged in a net-like pattern, which makes it very similar to lichen ruber planus. The typical patches often show a predilection to the major flexural areas and trunk, and present with erythema, mild scaling, mottled dyspigmentation (hyper- and hypopigmentation) with atrophy, and telangiectases.