Drug-Induced Lichen Planus, LM

Drug-Induced Lichen Planus, LM

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Caption: Light micrograph of drug-induced lichen planus. Drug-induced lichenoid reactions are skin eruptions that occur after ingestion, contact, or inhalation of certain chemicals. The most common inducers are gold salts, beta blockers, antimalarials, thiazide diuretics, furosemide, spironolactone, and penicillamine.

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Keywords: abnormal, cell, disease, disorder, drug-induced, histology, histopathology, lichen planus, lichenoid, lichenoid drug eruption, light micrograph, lm, medical, medicine, micrograph, micrography, microscopy, pathology, reaction, skin eruption

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