15 December 2013

Lichenoid Lesions

Lichen planus (LP) is a disease of the skin and/or mucous membranes that resembles lichen. It is thought to be the result of an autoimmune process with an unknown initial trigger. Where the trigger is known, the term lichenoid lesion is used instead.

Mucocutaneous Disorders

Chronic Blistering Disease
Rick Lin, DO MPH

Cutaneous Vascular Diseases  
Rick Lin, DO MPH

Allergies and Immunologic Diseases

Pharmacologically-Mediated Salivary Dysfunction and the Pharmacologic Management of Salivary Diseases
Domenica G. Sweier DDS

Common Pediatrics Rashes

Principles of Oral Health
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Common Dermatologic Issues in the Geriatric Population
Steve Marchenko, Janelle Marshall and Kristen M. Kelly, M.D.

82 Published articles on Lichenoid Lesions

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