Childhood Oral Lichen Planus: Report of Two Cases release_up3e5vivxvcevfpoknrrglkrvm

by Sageena George, Sheen Ann, John, Anandaraj, Jyoti Sumi, Issac, Anoop Harris, Reshmi, S John

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2015   Volume 12


Lichen planus (LP) is a chronic mucocutaneous disease widely recognized in adults, but uncommon in children. The purpose of this paper is to report two cases of LP in children. The diagnosis was made based on clinical and histopathological findings. The treatment consisted of antifungal and multivitamin therapy. Regression of lesions was observed. The patients are still under follow-up. Although LP is uncommon in children, it is necessary to have adequate knowledge about this condition for proper diagnosis and treatment.
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