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Lichen planus

Hwang JH - MedPix (2012)

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Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Lichen planus

History: 44 y.o. male with a past medical history of vitiligo. Developed a rash on the volar-palmar aspect of right wrist approximately 8 weeks ago. No known exposures. Non-pruritic. Slightly raised with very minimal central indentation. No bleeding or discharge. Not course or scab-like. Non-responsive to hydrocortisone topical (1% or 2%). No new contact with pets/animals. No other Past Medical History. NKDA. Social History is significant for dipping. Constitution symptoms: negative.

Findings: Grouped Papules with very mild erythema.

Ddx: • Athropod Bite • Eczema • Granuloma Annulare

Dxhow: Clinical

Exam: Grouped Papules with very mild erythema. No surface change. Slightly raised with very minimal central indentation. No bleeding or discharge.

No MeSH data available.


It has many of the hallmark signs, including "purple, polygonal, planar, papules", but I would expect it to also have the 5th "P", which is "pruritic."
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MPX2254_synpic58357: It has many of the hallmark signs, including "purple, polygonal, planar, papules", but I would expect it to also have the 5th "P", which is "pruritic."


Lichen planus

Hwang JH - MedPix (2012)

It has many of the hallmark signs, including "purple, polygonal, planar, papules", but I would expect it to also have the 5th "P", which is "pruritic."
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MPX2254_synpic58357: It has many of the hallmark signs, including "purple, polygonal, planar, papules", but I would expect it to also have the 5th "P", which is "pruritic."

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Lichen planus

History: 44 y.o. male with a past medical history of vitiligo. Developed a rash on the volar-palmar aspect of right wrist approximately 8 weeks ago. No known exposures. Non-pruritic. Slightly raised with very minimal central indentation. No bleeding or discharge. Not course or scab-like. Non-responsive to hydrocortisone topical (1% or 2%). No new contact with pets/animals. No other Past Medical History. NKDA. Social History is significant for dipping. Constitution symptoms: negative.

Findings: Grouped Papules with very mild erythema.

Ddx: • Athropod Bite • Eczema • Granuloma Annulare

Dxhow: Clinical

Exam: Grouped Papules with very mild erythema. No surface change. Slightly raised with very minimal central indentation. No bleeding or discharge.

No MeSH data available.