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  1. Lichen Planus (American Academy of Dermatology)  
    ... Z Diseases and treatments I - L Lichen planus Lichen planus Lichen planus: This common skin disease often develops ... not a type of cancer. Learn more about lichen planus: Lichen planus: Signs and symptoms Lichen planus: Who ...
  2. Lichen Planus (Logical Images)  
    newsletter | contact Share | Lichen Planus Information for adults A A A This image displays typical flat-topped, purple (violaceous) elevations of the skin at the wrist in lichen planus. Overview Lichen planus (LP) is a disease of ...
  3. Lichen planus is a condition that forms an itchy rash on the skin or in the mouth. ... The exact cause of lichen planus is unknown. It may be related to an allergic or immune reaction. Risks for the condition include: Exposure to medicines, ...
  4. Oral Lichen Planus (Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research)  
  5. Lichen planus - close-up: Lichen planus is an intensely itchy (pruritic) inflammatory lesion of the skin. The lesions are generally violaceous (red-purple), slightly raised bumps ( ...
  6. Oral lichen planus occurs 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 ...
  7. The cause of lichen planus is unknown. It appears as raised, many-sided purple bumps (violaceous polygonal papules) with overlying white lines (Wickham's striae). ...
  8. The cause of lichen planus is unknown. It appears as raised, many-sided purple bumps (violaceous polygonal papules) with overlying white lines (Wickham's striae). ...
  9. Disorders of the Vulva (American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists) - PDF  
    ... simplex chronicus? • What is lichen sclerosus? • What is lichen planus? • What is vulvodynia? • What are the signs and ... is used to treat lichen sclerosus. What is lichen planus? Lichen planus is a skin disorder that most ...
  10. Skin Conditions (National Library of Medicine)  
    Your skin is your body's largest organ. It covers and protects your body. Your skin Holds body fluids in, preventing dehydration Keeps harmful microbes out, ...
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