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Case series have reported improvement "primarily in lichenoid GVHD" with the adjunctive use of topical calcineurin inhibitors, she said.
Distribution of Variants of CCLE in Percentage Classic DLE 88.23 Hypertrophic DLE 8.82 Lupus profundus 0 Mucosal DLE 14.71 Lupus tumidus 0 Chilblain LE 0 Lichenoid DEL 0 Note: Table made from bar graph.
Injection site lichenoid dermatitis following pneumococcal vaccination: report and review of cutaneous conditions occurring at vaccination sites.
The diagnosis of macular and lichenoid amyloidosis were established based on these histopathological and clinical findings.
Both types may be mistaken for squamous neoplasia or other lichenoid interface dermatitides with epidermal hyperplasia, particularly in superficial biopsies interpreted in the absence of adequate clinical information.
Oral mucosal lichenoid lesions may follow the placement of a dental restoration or provision of a denture.
When ink allergies occur, they manifest clinically with pruritus, localized edema, an eczematous eruption with serous drainage, exfoliative dermatitis, lichenoid lesions, or verrucous papules or plaques (1).
A new clinical entity, betel-quid lichenoid lesion, was also proposed to demonstrate an oral lichen planus-like lesion associated with the betel quid habit.19,20 In chronic chewers a condition known as betel chewer\'s mucosa, a discoloured areca nut-encrusted change, is often found where the quid particles are retained.
(12) Microscopically, Gianotti-Crosti syndrome can exhibit spongiotic, lichenoid, or lymphocytic vasculitis patterns.
20 Roy KM, Dickson EM, Staines KS, Bagg J.hepatitis C virus and oral lichen planus/ lichenoid reactions: lack of evidence for an association.
TABLE Some causes of cutaneous horn Benign--noninfectious Angiokeratoma Angioma Dermatofibroma Epidermal inclusion cyst ("sebaceous cyst") Linear verrucous epidermal nevus Fibroma Lichen simplex chronicus ("neurodermatitis") Lichenoid keratosis Prurigo nodularis Pyogenic granuloma Sebaceous adenoma Seborrheic keratosis Trichilemma Benign--infectious Condyloma acuminata (genital warts) Molluscum contagiosum Verruca vulgaris (common wart) Premalignant/malignant Actinic keratosis Basal cell carcinoma Bowen's disease Epidermoid carcinoma Kaposi's sarcoma Keratoacanthoma Malignant melanoma Squamous cell carcinoma Sources: Gould and Brodell 1999, (1) Akan et al 2001, (6) Khaitan 1999.
Papular mucinosis (PM) or lichen myxedematosus, is a primary cutaneous mucinosis which is characterized by lichenoid papules, nodules or plaques due to dermal mucin deposition and fibroblast proliferation in absence of thyroid disorder.2 The most accepted classification for papular mucinosis is by Rongioletti.3 Papular mucinosis is classified into generalized and localized forms.4,5,6
The various morphological types are macular, papular, vesicular, lichenoid, pustular, purpuric, urticarial and Erythema Multiforme (EMF) like.
Superficial BCC may mimic a lichenoid keratosis, Bowen's disease, or other inflammatory conditions such as psoriasis and dermatitis.
There are also a wide range of rare atypical presentations including hypo- and hyperpigmented, verrucous, hyperkeratotic, follicular, lichenoid papular, palmoplantar psoriasiform, granulomatous, vesicular, bullous, and pustular variants, which have been described in the literature (1).