lichen planus atrophicus

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lichen planus atrophicus

a form of lichen planus characterized by smooth, depressed, atrophic lesions.
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Atrophic Lichen Planus: Atrophic Lichen planus is characterized by a few lesions, which are often the resolution of annular or hypertrophic lesions.
Differential diagnosis includes atrophic candidiasis, psoriasis, atrophic lichen planus, leukoplakia, systemic lupus erythomatosis, Reiters syndrome (5) etc.
Hyperkeratosis with atrophic epidermis and basal cell vacuolation was seen in all cases of DLE, Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) and Atrophic Lichen planus (ALP).