Current controversies in oral lichen planus: report of an international consensus meeting. Part 1. Viral infections and etiopathogenesis.

@article{Lodi2005CurrentCI,
  title={Current controversies in oral lichen planus: report of an international consensus meeting. Part 1. Viral infections and etiopathogenesis.},
  author={G. Lodi and C. Scully and M. Carrozzo and M. Griffiths and P. Sugerman and K. Thongprasom},
  journal={Oral surgery, oral medicine, oral pathology, oral radiology, and endodontics},
  year={2005},
  volume={100 1},
  pages={
          40-51
        }
}
Despite recent advances in understanding the immunopathogenesis of oral lichen planus (LP), the initial triggers of lesion formation and the essential pathogenic pathways are unknown. It is therefore not surprising that the clinical management of oral LP poses considerable difficulties to the dermatologist and the oral physician. A consensus meeting was held in France in March 2003 to discuss the most controversial aspects of oral LP. Part 1 of the meeting report focuses on (1) the relationship… Expand
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Despite recent advances in understanding the immunopathogenesis of oral lichen planus, the initial triggers of lesion formation and the essential pathogenic pathways are unknown and the clinical management of oral LP poses considerable difficulties to the dermatologist and the oral physician. Expand
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