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Lupus antibodies is often seen with Hughes Syndrome. The following is known
to cause flares in conditions that also have lupus antibodies.
"Heat, infrared light, and, rarely, fluorescent light can also bring on flares"
"Fluorescent lights also may cause increased rash in patients"
"Other cause may include ...."
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