Lichen planus

What is Lichen planus?

Eruption of flat-topped, shiny, violaceous papules on flexor surfaces, male genitalia, and buccal mucosa of unknown cause; may form linear groups; microscopically characterized by a bandlike subepidermal lymphocytic infiltrate. Spontaneous resolution is common after months to years.

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hello Dr., i am 35, facing Lichen Planus for past two years, LFT is bad, Leucocytes 11,640, SGOT 39.8, SGPT 63.7, Alkaline Phosphatase 120.6, AG...

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Your liver function report is not so bad.
SGPT is mildly elevated.
SGOT, S.bilirubin &...

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i have a itchy red spot on inner labia wall and which seems to be more itchy when there s heat. I ve also had a rash develop on inner thigh area,...

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Thanks for writing in.
As per your history, biopsy is conclusive of bacterial vaginosis. So you need to take anti-bacterial one more shot as...

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