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Multiple endocrine neoplasia type 2b associated with lichen nitidus.
Generalized lichen nitidus with oral and nail involvement in a child.
Lichen nitidus usually regresses spontaneously and most patients do not require intervention; treatment is required only when the patient complains of pruritus or cosmetically undesirable effects.
Two cases of generalized lichen nitidus treated successfully with narrow-band UV-B phototherapy.
3% cases, follicular lichen planus 5% cases, lichen nitidus 3.
66% cases, each of follicular lichen planus, lichen nitidus, pityriasis lichenoides, and erythema multiforme had 5.