Oral lichen planus and chronic liver disease: a clinical and morphometric study of the oral lesions in relation to transaminase elevation.

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Serum transaminase levels (serum glutamic-oxaloacetic transaminase or serum glutamic-pyruvic transaminase) were found to be altered in 40 (21.39%) of 187 patients with oral lichen planus. The patients with oral lichen planus who had altered transaminase levels were on average older than those without liver disorders and exhibited a higher percentage of… (More)

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@article{Bagn1994OralLP, title={Oral lichen planus and chronic liver disease: a clinical and morphometric study of the oral lesions in relation to transaminase elevation.}, author={J. V. Bag{\'a}n and J. M. Aguirre and Julio del Olmo and Andrea Milian and M. Medicina Penarrocha and Jose M. Rodrigo and F. X. H. Cardona}, journal={Oral surgery, oral medicine, and oral pathology}, year={1994}, volume={78 3}, pages={337-42} }