Lichen nitidus actinicus: a distinct facial presentation in 3 pre-pubertal African-American girls.

Abstract

Lichen nitidus is a relatively common inflammatory disorder of uncertain etiology seen primarily in the pediatric population. A rare variant may demonstrate a photodistribution of characteristic lesions. We describe 3 cases of lichen nitidus actinicus with prominent facial lesions. 

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@article{Modi2008LichenNA, title={Lichen nitidus actinicus: a distinct facial presentation in 3 pre-pubertal African-American girls.}, author={Sapna V Modi and Mandy S Harting and Denise W. Metry}, journal={Dermatology online journal}, year={2008}, volume={14 4}, pages={10} }