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Suffering from lichen planus. Biopsy report showing patchy lichenoid lymphocytic with epidermis, mild hyperplasia. Can this be cured?

Hi sir, I m suffering from lichen planus . my biopsy report is the shows moderately dense superficial perivascular patchy lichenoid lymphocytic with normal intervening epidermis. In affected areas the epidermis shows mild hyperplasia . The dermoepidermal junction is infiltrated by lymphocytes and shows scattered necrotic keratinocytes and colloid bodies. the granular layer is focally thickened. The stratum corneum shows mild compact orthohyperkeratosis. Is lichen planus curable or not. please give ur proper opinion as soon as possible. Kindly regards
Asked On : Sat, 26 May 2012
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lichen planus is viral of skin and it has same pathology as described
you can continue with sympatomatic treatment for various symptomps as required rom time to time
can apply triamsolone mouth paint locally off and on
usually it is harmless and no feects it can continue for years
even if you dont treat it can go afer many years automatically
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