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The nails in keratosis lichenoides chronica. Characteristics and response to treatment
Archives of Dermatology
Journal Article --- Old month value: Nov
Keratosis lichenoides chronica may be seen clinically and histologically as a variant of lichen planus. One in three patients have nail involvement with changes that may superficially resemble psoriasis, but pitting and pustulosis do not occur. Hyperkeratotic hypertrophy of the periungual tissues is a distinctive feature. Psoralens and UV-A therapy as well as etretinate have improved some cases.
Etretinate/therapeutic use Humans Keratosis/complications/drug therapy/*pathology Lichen Planus/complications/drug therapy/*pathology Nail Diseases/drug therapy/*etiology/pathology PUVA Therapy
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