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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.
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The term biphasic amyloidosis is used when macular amyloidosis and lichen amyloidosis coexist.1 Lichenoid form usually is observed as hemispheric papules forming plaques on the shin or other extensor surfaces of the extremities, however back involvement as pigmented macules in a reticulate pattern is generally viewed in macular amyloidosis.3 First of all the lesions shows unilateral pattern, later symmetrical distribution is observed.4 Our case was distinctive from the other cases since the location of lichen amyloidosis lesions were mainly located on the back as well as the extensor aspects of the extremites.
Paramount among these are atypical squamoproliferative lesions with lichenoid inflammation, such as benign lichenoid keratosis, lichenoid actinic keratosis, and squamous cell carcinoma.
The case discussed here is a case of lichenoid reaction associated with anti tubercular therapy.
Gianotti-Crosti syndrome presenting as lichenoid dermatitis.
The generalised eruptions have been found to manifest in various morphological forms like papular, vesicular, lichenoid, EMF-like purpuric, urticarial and pustular forms.
Almost all of these patches, especially those located on the thighs and the lateral aspects of the trunk, were also remarkable for the net-like distributed plane lichenoid papules.
Melan-A/MART-1 positive "pseudonests" in lichenoid inflammatory lesions: an uncommon phenomenon.
Oral Lichen Planus & Lichenoid reactions; etiopathogenesis, diagnosis, manage-ment and malignant transformation.
Allergic contact dermatitis should be in the differential diagnosis for any unusual dermatitis or eczema, as well as erythroderma, urticaria, photosensitivity, "burning skin" syndromes, lichenoid eruptions, inflammatory reactions, pigmentation conditions, erythema multiforme-like eruptions, and more.
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.
Lichenoid reaction as a potential immune response marker of intratreatment histological response during successful vismodegib treatment for a giant basal cell carcinoma.
Blaschkitis is a term for a blaschkoid inflammation of the skin that presents with more eczematous findings and histology of spongiosis, unlike the lichenoid findings of LS.