A case of linear lichen planus.


Linear lichen planus (LLP) is a very rare form of lichen planus (LP) characterized by a linear distribution of the lichenoid lesions. It usually follows the lines of Blaschko with unilateral involvement. We report such a case of LLP. A 50-year-old man presented with slightly pruritic, linear, violaceous, papular lesions on the right side of his jaw. A… (More)


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@article{Kkam2005ACO, title={A case of linear lichen planus.}, author={Ibrahim K{\"o}kçam and Ibrahim Hanifi Ozercan}, journal={The Journal of dermatology}, year={2005}, volume={32 9}, pages={756-8} }