Lichen planus is a mucocutaneous disease that causes inflammation, affecting the eyes, the skin, and the mucosal lining of the mouth and genitalia.
What does LP stand for?
LP stands for Lichen Planus (skin disease)
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- Liability Policy
- Liberal Party
- Libertarian Party
- License Plate
- Licensed Paralegal (law)
- Licensed Paramedic
- Licensed Practical (nurse; US HRSA)
- Licensed Practitioner
- Licensed Producer (marijuana; Canada)
- Licensed Psychologist
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The former solicitor told Chelmsford crown court he suffers from a skin condition, lichen planus, which benefits from sunshine.
ARTICLE INFO Keywords: Curcuminoids Oral lichen planus Adverse-effects Autoimmune Safety ABSTRACT Objectives: To summarize long-term open-label use of curcuminoids and experience of side-effects in 53 patients with the autoimmune condition oral lichen planus (OLP) who had previously participated in randomized controlled trials (RCTs) of curcuminoids at UCSF.
Serum and salivary vitamins C and E showed increases, while MDA and 8-OHdG levels showed decreases in patients with oral leukoplakia, submucous fibrosis and lichen planus after intake of curcumin for all categories of precancerous lesions.
6) It covers a wide range of conditions: female genital prolapse including all forms of vaginal prolapse (cystocele, enterocele, rectocele), urinary and faecal incontinence, congenital abnormalities, fistulas, voiding difficulties, lichen planus, lichen sclerosus and dyspareunia.
Hypnosis has been found useful to treat a number of skin disorders including acne excoriee, alopecia areata, atopic dermatitis, congenital ichthyosiform erythroderma, dyshidrotic dermatitis, erythromelalgia, furuncles, glossodynia, herpes simplex, hyperhidrosis, ichthyosis vulgaris, lichen planus, neurodermatitis, nummular dermatitis, postherpetic neuralgia, pruritus, psoriasis, rosacea, trichotillomania, urticaria, verruca vulgaris, and vitiligo.
Clinical and immunopathologic findings in oral lichen planus pemphigoides.
Conditions less commonly associated with celiac disease include arthritis, asthma, schizophrenia, psoriasis, alopecia, premature graying of the hair, chronic urticaria, oral lichen planus, erythema nodosum, dental anomalies, recurrent pericarditis, reversible insensitivity to androgens, and immune-system abnormalities (a decreased proportion and a decreased absolute number of circulating T lymphocytes).