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A 30 year old male patient presented with erythematous plaques over trunk and extremities for last 10 years, with silvery scales. The scales on removal gave rise to multiple bleeding point. Lesions were clinically and histopathologically consistent with psoriasis. Subsequently he developed photosensitive lesions of discoid lupus erythematosus on the face for last 2 years. He had no systemic involvement or joint pain. He was being treated with emollients, topical steroid and sun protecting agent with good result.