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lichenoid

 [li´kĕ-noid]
resembling lichen.

li·chen·oid

(lī'kĕ-noyd),
1. Resembling lichen.
2. Accentuation of normal skin markings observed in cases of chronic eczema.
3. Microscopically resembling lichen planus.

li·chen·oid

(lī'kĕ-noyd)
1. Resembling lichen.
2. Accentuation of normal skin markings observed in cases of chronic eczema.
3. Microscopically resembling lichen planus.

lichenoid

resembling lichen.

lichenoid infiltrate
adopts a banded configuration parallel to the epidermis.
lichenoid keratosis
circumscribed, firm, scaling plaque. See also ear plaque.
lichenoid-psoriasiform dermatosis
idiopathic, probably inherited skin disease of yearling Springer spaniels; lesions begin on the ear and groin and spread to all parts; lesions are symmetric, erythematous, hyperkeratotic, lichenoid papules and plaques.
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Histologic evidence of lichenoid vulvar or vaginal disease was found in the majority of women who underwent vestibulectomy for vulvar vestibulitis at a Milwaukee vulvar disease referral center.
Cummins S, Mimouni D, Tzu J, Owens N, Anhalt GJ, Meyerle JH: Lichenoid paraneoplastic pemphigus in the absence of detectable antibodies.
Age, y/Sex Site Diagnosis 4 17/F Cheek Folliculitis 10 55/F Leg Basal cell carcinoma 38 37/F Cheek Fibrous papule 45 38/F Back Solar lentigo 105 75/F Arm Scar 113 69/M Finger Actinic keratosis 125 40/F Unknown Basal cell carcinoma 160 69/M Canthus Ruptured cyst 189 44/F Chest Hemangioma 225 70/F Nose Seborrheic keratosis 296 64/M Forehead Basal cell carcinoma 307 46/M Forehead Basal cell carcinoma 345 72/M Breast Verrucous keratosis 346 77/F Breast Benign lichenoid keratosis 407 67/F Cheek Actinic keratosis 432 44/F Neck Syringoma 447 37/F Shoulder Benign lichenoid keratosis 472 56/F Nose Fibrous papule 479 42/F Shoulder Nevus Case No.
de la Torre C, Florez A, Fe ma ndez-Redondo V: Negative results of patch testing with standard and textile series in a case of annular lichenoid dermatitis of youth.
Most common was a combination of exanthema, urticarial eruptions, lichenoid skin lesions, and purpura.
Of those biopsied, there were 5 patients with basal cell carcinoma, 4 with squamous cell carcinoma, and 14 benign neoplasms; 1 refused a biopsy The benign findings included six melanocytic lesions, two pigmented lesions, two dark vascular lesions, two actinic keratoses, one lichenoid keratosis, and one neurofibroma.
Sweet syndrome 9 GVHD 11 Mass-forming lesions Diffuse large B-cell lymphoma 2 Marginal zone B-cell lymphoma 1 Peripheral T-cell lymphoma 17 NK/T-cell lymphoma 17 Mycosis fungoides 11 Merkel cell carcinoma 10 Langerhans cell histiocytosis 3 Eruptive xanthoma 5 Inflammatory lesions Eosinophilic dermatitis 1 Mastocytosis 2 Lichenoid dermatitis 4 Bullous pemphigoid 2 Folliculitis 1 Abbreviations: GVHD, graft-versus-host disease; NK, natural killer.
Cutaneous Reaction Patterns to Drugs Clinical Pattern Selected Drug Examples Acneiform lithium, corticosteroids, androgens Lichenoid thiazides, antimalarials, captopril Fixed drug eruption tetracyclines, sulfonamides, barbiturates Morbilliform beta-lactam antibiotics, calcium channel blockers Urticarial beta-lactam antibiotics, aspirin Pityriasis rosea-like captopril, gold Pigmentation minocycline, antimalarials, bleomycin Subacute lupus-like hydrochlorothiazide, terbinafine Systemic lupus-like procainamide, hydralazine, minocycline Serum sickness-like cefaclor, minocycline Pemphigus-like captopril, penicillamine Pseudoporphyria naproxen, furosemide Photosensitivity doxycycline, thiazides, sulfonylureas Source: Dr.
Lichenoid Lesions are small pinkish brown papules, eruptions (16) which coalesce and give the skin a cobblestone-surface appearance.
Seborrheic keratoses, solar lentigines, and lichenoid keratoses.
Skin biopsy specimens reveal a "saw-tooth" epidermal hyperplasia and a lichenoid interface infiltrate with vacuolar alteration along the basement membrane.