lichenoid

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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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A lichenoid infiltrate was present in 11 of the specimens (48%), whereas psoriasiform epidermal hyperplasia was present in only 8 (35%).