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  1. Lichen Planus (Logical Images)  
    ... and can develop wispy, gray-to-white streaks (Wickham's striae). Lichen planus on the skin is usually itchy. New lesions ... though severe outbreaks may develop painful sores and ulcers in the mouth. When lichen planus involves one or more fingernails or toenails, it ...
  2. ... Herpes simplex ( fever blister ) Leukoplakia Oral cancer Oral lichen planus Oral thrush A skin sore caused by histoplasmosis may also appear as a mouth ulcer.
  3. ... keratosis follicularis (Darier’s disease), ichthyosis (noninflammatory skin scaling), lichen planus pigmentosus, and pityriasis rubra pilaris. It is also used for gastrointestinal ulcers, Crohn’s disease, gum disease, diabetes, Hurler syndrome (mucopolysaccharidosis), ...
  4. Oral Hypersensitivity Reactions (American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons)  
    ... and spicy foods. Lichenoid reactions : These lesions resemble lichen planus and consist of slightly raised, thin, whitish lines that blend together to form a lacelike pattern. Sometimes ulcers are located within the lesion and surrounded by ...
  5. ... erythema multiforme , drug allergies , herpes infection, and bullous lichen planus . You may need further testing or a biopsy to look for other causes of mouth ulcers. Canker sores are not cancer and do not ...
  6. ... in about half of the people who have lichen planus on their skin. It consists of painless, whitish streaks on the mucous membranes. This may also produce ulcers, which are usually painful.
  7. The cause of lichen planus is unknown. It appears as raised, ... region), shins, and ankles. The lesions often itch. Females ...
  8. The cause of lichen planus is unknown. It appears as raised, ... region), shins, and ankles. The lesions often itch. Females ...
  9. ... but may come and go for years. If lichen planus is caused by a medicine you are taking, the rash should go away once you stop the medicine.
  10. Mouth ulcers are caused by many disorders. These include canker sores, leukoplakia, gingivostomatitis, oral cancer, oral lichen planus, oral thrush, and similar disorders.
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