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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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The possible premalignant character of oral lichen planus and oral lichenoid lesions: a prospective study.
The prevalent oral lesions in the control group were geographic tongue 2(2%), fissured tongue 11(11%), lichenoid reaction 2(2%) (Table).
OLRs have sometimes been considered as part of OLP, and have also been described as contact allergies, oral lichenoid lesions, or contact lesions.
Clinicopathologic correlation of oral lichen planus and oral lichenoid lesions: a preliminary study.
24 Lichenoid lesions among diabetic patients may be related to a number of oral hypoglycemic medications taken particularly by older individuals.
In Pudukadan et al [10] study, the mean absolute eosinophil count was abnormal in most eruptions, with values more than 500 cells/mm3, except in cases of acneiform eruptions, urticaria/angioedema, and eczematoid, lichenoid and fixed drug eruption patients.
Nonetheless, eruption of oral LP in our case could have resulted from a lichenoid reaction to the medication used in the treatment of hepatitis C, particularly alpha- interferon.
Biopsies taken from the extensive skin rash showed lichenoid granulomatous type of eruption.
7) Other forms include micronodular, macronodular, giant, clustered, lichenoid, and plaque-like lesions.
In a recent report, Werner (9) listed the main dermatohistopathological patterns found in different diseases, including spongiotic, intra-epidermic pustular, interface, perivascular, lichenoid, nodular/difuse dermatitis and pustular foliculites, among others, demonstrating the specificity of dermatopathology.
Paucity of intraepidermal FoxP3-positive T cells in cutaneous T-cell lymphoma in contrast with spongiotic and lichenoid dermatitis.
Oral manifestations of dermatologic disease: a focus on lichenoid lesions.