Nail dystrophy due to lichen sclerosus?

Abstract

Lichen sclerosus (LS) affects anogenital skin alone in 80% of cases. When extragenital disease occurs, it usually affects the trunk, neck, axillae and wrist flexures. Nail involvement with LS is rare. In contrast, lichen planus (LP) commonly affects extragenital skin. Mucosal lesions occur in 50% of cases, affecting the mouth and genitalia. Nail disease in… (More)

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