2017
DOI: 10.1590/abd1806-4841.20176708
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Coexistence of lichen planus follicularis tumidus and Hashimoto's thyroiditis

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“…1 It most commonly affects middle-aged women, 1,2 although it has been described in both sexes and in various age groups. 3 The retroauricular areas are often involved (as noted in our patient), but it has also been reported on the cheeks, neck, chin, ears, scalp, temple and lumbosacral area. 1,[3][4][5] It typically presents as itchy, reddishbrown/violaceous plaques, with associated cysts, milia and comedonal openings.…”
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“…1 It most commonly affects middle-aged women, 1,2 although it has been described in both sexes and in various age groups. 3 The retroauricular areas are often involved (as noted in our patient), but it has also been reported on the cheeks, neck, chin, ears, scalp, temple and lumbosacral area. 1,[3][4][5] It typically presents as itchy, reddishbrown/violaceous plaques, with associated cysts, milia and comedonal openings.…”
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“…LPFT is a rare subtype of lichen planus (LP), first described in 1977 with < 20 reported cases . It most commonly affects middle‐aged women, although it has been described in both sexes and in various age groups . The retroauricular areas are often involved (as noted in our patient), but it has also been reported on the cheeks, neck, chin, ears, scalp, temple and lumbosacral area .…”
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“…LPFT has been reported in association with diseases, such as hepatitis B, hepatitis C,[ 1 ] and autoimmune thyroiditis. [ 5 ] It may be associated with other forms of lichen planus as well. [ 6 ] In our case, no such association was noticed.…”
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