1954
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.1954.01540210014003
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Lichenoid Eruptions

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“…Occasionally there are atypical features such as pronounced scaling, eczematization and intense residual pigmentation (Samman, 1972). The histological pioture is generally identical with that of lichen planus, though Winer and Leeb (1954) believe that there are differences in lichenoid drug eruptions, having observed in particular the presence of a prominem eosinophilic perivascular infiltrate in -the dermis, a feature not seen in lichen planus. In view of the possible identical clinical and histological features of the two conditions it is necessary to establish a causal relation between the drug an dthe lichenoid erupton m order to exclude the diagnosis of coincidental lichen planus.…”
Section: Case Reportmentioning
confidence: 72%
“…Occasionally there are atypical features such as pronounced scaling, eczematization and intense residual pigmentation (Samman, 1972). The histological pioture is generally identical with that of lichen planus, though Winer and Leeb (1954) believe that there are differences in lichenoid drug eruptions, having observed in particular the presence of a prominem eosinophilic perivascular infiltrate in -the dermis, a feature not seen in lichen planus. In view of the possible identical clinical and histological features of the two conditions it is necessary to establish a causal relation between the drug an dthe lichenoid erupton m order to exclude the diagnosis of coincidental lichen planus.…”
Section: Case Reportmentioning
confidence: 72%