1925
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.1925.02370110046005
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Miliary Lichen Planus

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“…The view that LN represents a variant of lichen planus has recently been supported by several authors because of similarities in the clinical and histological findings 4–6 . In addition, LN has never been previously reported to be caused by M. tuberculosis infection.…”
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confidence: 97%
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“…The view that LN represents a variant of lichen planus has recently been supported by several authors because of similarities in the clinical and histological findings 4–6 . In addition, LN has never been previously reported to be caused by M. tuberculosis infection.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 97%
“…However, we have not found any recent reports on the treatment of LN with antituberculous agents. Alternatively, this disease is postulated to be a variant of lichen planus based on the fact that the two diseases occasionally occur together and may have a similar distribution 4–6 . Spontaneous regression may be seen, 7 but potent topical corticosteroids seem to be useful in treating 70–80% of cases of LN 8…”
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