Punch biopsy supported a clinical diagnosis of zosteriform lichen planus. Linear lichen planus refers to lichen planus with a unilateral linear distribution. This variant may present as an example of the Wolf isotopic response, or more rarely, a de novo eruption on previously-normal skin According to the clinical findings in our patient and a review of the literature, we believe that lichenoidzosteriform eruption is a variant of lichen planus or a herpes zoster infection Since Devergie in 1854 first described linear lichen planus, numerous cases 1 have been reported in the literature, but there have been notably few of the more rare zosteriform lichen planus. Hence, a case recently presented before a combined meeting of the Chicago and the Detroit Dermatological Society is considered of sufficient interest to warrant description 1. Dermatology. 1996;192(4):385-6. 'Zosteriform' lichen planus: is it zosteriform? Happle R. Comment on Dermatology. 1996;192(4):375-7 dermatome, lichen planus. Zosteriform LP may arise as Wolf 's isotopic response at areas of healed zoster, secondary to koebnerization from trauma, or in very rare cases as a de novo eruption on previously normal skin
•Over 20 variants of lichen planus •Linear LP refers to lichen planus with a unilateral linear distribution •Can present in segmental distribution corresponding to a dermatome referred to as zosteriform lichen planus •Zosteriform lichen planus: Wolf's isotopic response at areas of healed zoster Secondary to Koebnerization from traum Since its original description by Devergie in 1854, several cases of linear lichen planus have been described in the literature, but there have been notably few cases of the more rare zosteriform lichen planus. Zosteriform lichen planus needs to be differentiated from linear lichen planus and other linear dermatoses The zosteriform type is a rare variant of lichen planus with dermatomal or zonal distribution. A 29-year-old female patient was admitted to our clinic with a 2-month history of a pruritic eruption on the dermatomes on the left between T6-T10 Injury to the skin; lichen planus often appears where the skin has been scratched or after surgery — this is called the isomorphic response (koebnerisation) Localised skin disease such as herpes zoster — isotopic response Systemic viral infection, such as hepatitis C (which might modify self- antigens on the surface of basal keratinocytes Lichen planus (LIE-kun PLAY-nus) is a condition that can cause swelling and irritation in the skin, hair, nails and mucous membranes. On the skin, lichen planus usually appears as purplish, itchy, flat bumps that develop over several weeks
Zosteriform lichen planus is the most frequently reported type of zosteriform lichen [183-190] and should be distinguished from linear lichen planus. A distinction with a lichenoid HZ should also be considered, especially as the treatment of the latter requires antiviral therapy and not dermocorticoids Zosteriform Lichen Planus Pigmentosus Altering Segmental Vitiligo Skinmed. 2018 Apr 1;16(2):133-135. eCollection 2018. Authors Gitesh U Sawatkar 1 , Muthu Sendhil Kumaran 2 , Tarun Narang 1 , Davinder Parsad 1 Affiliations 1 Department of Dermatology.
Zosteriform lichen planus needs to be differentiated from linear lichen planus and other linear dermatoses. We present a case of Zosteriform Lichen planus for its rarity and briefly review literature Abstract Lichen planus (LP) is relatively common papulosquamous condition characterized by purple, polygonal, pruritic, papules of unknown etiology affecting skin, mucous membranes, and the nails. It can range from the generalized to much localized form zosteriform LPP. The literature was consulted and presented with the clinical report, in order to draw attention to this rare entity. The patient is still under follow-up. Mesh Terms: Pigmentation disorder; Lichen planus; Lichen planus pigmentosus; Background Lichen planus pigmentosus is a rare acquired dyschromi Lichen planus appears in various clinical variants which are categorized according to the morphology and configuration of lesions. We present a 34-year-old man who developed a papular eruption localized unilaterally on the right side of the body in a linear-zosteriform pattern within the L5-S1 nerve segments . Figure 4: Haematoxyline and eosin 400X. Dense lymphocytic infiltrates seen in the upper dermis hugging the epidermis. Discussion The term lichen planus was coined by Erasmus in 1869, previously called as Lichen ruber by Hebra . It presents as plane topped
Lichen planus pigmentosus is a rare acquired dyschromia that occurs with the appearance of hyperchromic lesions in the skin, and rarely, in the mucosa . Although the description of an acquired hyperchromic dermatosis was previously reported, the name and description of LPP as a specific entity is attributed to the report made in India by. . The histologic features are consistent with lichen planus. If this is a solitary lesion, a benign lichenoid keratosis is favored. Clinicopathologic correlation is recommended Zosteriform lichen planus (ZLP) is one example of Wolf's isotopic phenomenon appearing after HZ. So far, only 17 cases have been reported in the literature. The precise pathogenesis of ZLP is not well known, although persisting viral proteins could be responsible for the hypersensitivity reaction. We review and discuss the salient.
Based on histological findings, the patient had lichen planus. The clinical picture suggests Wolf's isotopic response 1, 2 on the site of healed herpes zoster. These conditions taken into account lead to the diagnosis of zosteriform lichen planus. Lichenoid papules in a dermatomal arrangement are extremely rare Lichen planus (LP) is an inflammatory dermatosis of the mucocutaneous surfaces that can present with a variety of clinical manifestations. Zosteriform LP is felt to represent an isotopic response to herpes zoster in many cases. 25 In a patient with zosteriform LP,.
Acne in India: Guidelines for management - IAA Consensus Document . Addendum. Addendu Lichen planus is a somewhat uncommon autoimmune disease that causes red, flat, and itchy bumps on the skin, nails, or irritated areas in the mouth. It can also cause hair loss. It is not a contagious disease but its exact cause is unknown, so no complete cure is possible. However, treatment may help relieving discomfort, and once the symptoms.
Zosteriform lichen planus is the most frequently reported type of zosteriform lichen [183-190] and should be distinguished from linear lichen planus. A distinction with a lichenoid HZ should also be considered, especially as the treatment of the latter requires antiviral therapy and not dermocorticoids  A diagnosis of zosteriform lichen planus, non-hypertrichotic variant of Becker's nevus and nevoid acanthosis nigricans was thought. A skin biopsy specimen was obtained from most recent lesion which revealed uniformly increased pigmentation within the basal keratinocytes [Figure 2] and [Figure 3] A 16 year old male patient presented with typical lesions of linchen planus in zosteriform pattern. The lesions resolved with oral metronidazole. Keywords: Lichen planus, Zosteriform distribution, Oral Metronidazol
Zosteriform lichen planus; Clinical Information. LICHEN PLANUS-. an inflammatory pruritic disease of the skin and mucous membranes which can be either generalized or localized. it is characterized by distinctive purplish flat topped papules having a predilection for the trunk and flexor surfaces. the lesions may be discrete or coalesce to form. Lichen planus can be linear as a result of Koebner's phenomenon or can appear as a band of lesions in a dermatomal or Blaschkoid distribution.  Lichen planus is a common cause of 20-nail dystrophy, but 20-nail dystrophy has not been described in association with zosteriform lichen planus, making this a rare case
Zosteriform lichen planus . By Dave Jayendra, Vora Nitin, Mukhopadhyay Amiyakumar, Roy Kathakali, Patel Navneet and Ghosh Arghyaprasun. Abstract. A 16 year old male patient presented with typical lesions of linchen planus in zosteriform pattern. The lesions resolved with oral metronidazole Topics: Lichen planus. Lichen planus (LP) is a chronic disease that involves the skin, mucous membranes, and nails. The exact prevalence of LP is unknown, but it is estimated to affect 0.9% to 1.2% of the general population. ,  It commonly occurs in middle-aged women, ,  whereas men tend to develop LP in their 30s. 5 LP is unusual in children, and it is. Zosteriform lichen planus without evidence of herpes simplex virus or varicella zoster virus by polymerase chain reaction. Report of two cases. Acta Dermatol Venereol.1992, 77: 491. 9. Kootiratrakarn T, Masu T, Aiba S, Tagami H. Unilateral lichen planus Objective To compare the characteristics of Blaschkoian lichen planus with typical lichen planus. Patients and methods In this case series, we diagnosed 7 patients of Blaschkoian lichen planus (3 males and 4 females) based on specific clinical presentation, histopathological findings and exclusion of other dermatologic disease mimicking Blaschkoian lichen planus By way of exception, however, a true zosteriform arrangement of lichen planus, reflecting a Koebner's reaction, may likewise occur, but such cases are extremely rare.71, 72 For example, the case of Strick and Hyman 73 cannot be accepted as a bona fide example of zosteriform arrangement. A diagnosis of superimposed linear lichen planus appears.
Blaschko line, lichen planus, Blaschkoian lichen planus, zosteriform lichen planus. Introduction Blaschko's lines (BL) are the surface patterns manifest by various nevoid and acquired skin diseases on the human skin and mucosa. BL are distinct from other patterns such as Voight's lines, Langer's lines of cleavage, and the lines of. zosteriform lichen planus on the site of healed herpes zoster. J Eur Acad Dermatol Venereol 2001;15:445-7. [CrossRef] 8. Mizukawa Y, Horie C, Yamazaki Y, Shiohara T. Detection of varicella-zoster virus antigens in lesional skin of zosteriform lichen planus but not in that of linear lichen planus. Dermatol-ogy 2012;225:22-6. [CrossRef] 9 , de Zosteriform lichen planus is a rare variant of lichen planus, novo lichen planus; one type arising in the lines of blaschko which shows lichenoid papules forming a broader band (Blaschkoid LP) [8,9] and the other arising within one or more that follows the dermatomes Zosteriform [Figure caption and citation for the preceding image starts]: Zosteriform lichen planus Mayo Clinic clinical photographs (used with permission) [Citation ends]. Lesions following dermatomal lines. [12
Lichen planus (LP) is an inflammatory dermatosis that presents with pruritic papules, with LP lesions along the lines of Blaschko representing a rare variant.1,2 There are several terms for this entity, including linear LP, Blaschkolinear LP, and Blaschkoid LP. To minimize confusion and be more consistent with its distribution, we suggest this variant be termed what it truly is: Blaschkoid.  D. Perry and N. Fazel, Zosteriform Lichen Planus, Dermatology Online Journal, vol. 12, no. 5, p. 3, 2006.  R. Happle, Linear Lichen Planus of the face and neck versus amalgam-induced isotopic cutaneous Lichen Planus, Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, vol. 52, no. 2, p. 375, 2005.  S. K. Ghosh, D. Bandyopadhyay.
a case of zosteriform lichen planus on the site of healed herpes zoster. J Eur Acad Dermatol Venereol 2001;15:445-447. 5. Happle R. 'Zosteriform' lichen planus: is it zosteriform? Dermatology 1996;192:385-386. 6. Happle R. 'Zosteriform' lichen planus: the bizarre consequences of a misnomer. Acta Derm Venereol 1998;78:300. 7. Lutz ME, Perniciaro. Lichen planus, a papulosquamous disease, is classically characterized by pruritic, violaceous papules on the extremitis. Approximately 20 clinical variants have been described. Linear and zosteriform lichen planus following blaschko's lines has been reported and is considered as a subtype of lichen planus Lichen planus. Zosteriform lichen planus. Mayo Clinic clinical photographs (used with permission) See this image in context in the following section/s: Aetiology Lichen planus. Ungual lichen planus. Mayo Clinic clinical photographs (used with permission) See this image in context in the following section/s:.
Williams et al.  reported a case of MF mimicking HZ but immunophenotyping was not performed. In 2017 Rieger et al.  reported immunophenotypically and molecularly confirmed zosteriform MF. Lichen Planus . Lichen planus is an inflammtory mucocutaneous disorder which is characterized by lichenoid, pruritic, shiny, flat papules Vulval lichen planus is a unique chronic inflammatory mucous membrane reaction, it can occur with or without cutaneous lichen planus, 55-65% of patients with cutaneous lichen planus can develop vulval lichen planus, generally in the sixth decade. Current treatments for vulval lichen planus are aimed at alleviating itching and eliminating the. Lichen Planus Pigmentosus. Lichen planus pigmentosus (LPP) is another rare form of LP that mostly affects adults with skin phototypes III-V. It presents as dark brown macules and patches that follow Blaschko's lines and predominately affects sun-exposed areas (especially the forehead, temples, and neck) and flexor folds lichen planus with mucous membrane involvement. Acta Derm Venereol 1999;79:145-146. 3. Turel A, Ozturkcan S, Sahin MT, Turkdogan P. Wolf's isotopic response: a case of zosteriform lichen pla-nus. J Dermatol 2002;29:339-342. 4. Shemer A, Weiss G, Trau H. Wolf's isotopic response: a case of zosteriform lichen planus on the site of healed.
Lichen planus (LP) is a chronic disease that involves the skin, scalp, mucous membranes, and nails. The etiology of LP is still unknown; however, some external and internal factors (eg. drugs, stress, hepatitis C virus) have been suggested to trigger the disease. Many studies have investigated an immunologic pathogenesis that is probably related to T-cell autoimmunity with the keratinocyte as. Lichen planus (LP) is a chronic inflammatory disorder that most often affects middle-aged adults. LP can involve the skin or mucous membranes including the oral, vulvovaginal, esophageal, laryngeal, and conjunctival mucosa. It has different variants based on the morphology of the lesions and the site of involvement. The literature suggests that certain presentations of the disease such as. Wolf's isotopic response: a case of zosteriform lichen planus on the site of healed herpes zoster. J Eur Acad Dermatol Venereol. 2001; 15 (5): 445. . C.; FINLAY, A. Y. 1996-08-01 00:00:00 Department of Dermatology, University of Wales College of Medicine. Heath Park. Cardiff CF4 4XW. U.K. Accepted for publication 6 October 1995 Summary The lines of Blaschko describe a distribution pattern which may represent embryological.
Multidermatomal zosteriform lichen planus pigmentosus-a unique presentation. Oral lichen planus and chronic hepatitis C: J Oral Pathol Med. A retrospective study of oral lichen planus patients with concurrent or subsequent development of malignancy. The patient described here is a young adult male 25 years-oldof brown skin, with extensive non. Here the coexistence of linear lichen planus and zosteriform vitiligo is discussed as it is the first case to be reported and for finding the causal relationship between the pattern of disease [7,8]. Kachhawa D, et al. concluded that vitiliginous sites and sun exposed sites were both confounding factors for actinic Lichen planus  Zosteriform lichen planus. 40 Oral Involvement Out of 92 patients, oral mucosal involvement was seen in 20 (21.75%) patients out of whom 11 were females & 9 were males. The oral involvement was seen in the form of reticulate lacy patches on bucca . Report of two cases. Lutz ME, Perniciaro C, Lim KK DOI: 10.2340/0001555577491492 Abstract. Significance. Supplementary content. Comments. Not logged in!.
Braun RP, Barua D, Masouyé I (1998) Zosteriform lichen planus after herpes zoster. Dermatology 197: 87-88. 26. McQuillan G, Kruszon-Moran D, Flagg EW, and Paulose-Ram R. Prevalence of Herpes Simplex Virus Type 1 and Type 2 in Persons Aged 14-49: United States, 2015-2016. NCHS Data Brief. 2018 Feb. No. 304. Article Sidebar 8. A case of zosteriform lichen planus coexisting with linear LP was present. 9. Association of other immune mediated diseases was noted. 10. Malignant change was observed in a case of hypertrophic lichen planus. 11.Interesting presentation of lichen planus in a case of albinism was noted case of zosteriform lichen planus on the site of healed herpes zoster: Wolf's isotopic response. Korean J Dermatol 2004;42:456-459. 13. Na SY, Lee HY, Baek JO, Roh JY, Lee JR. A case of cuta-neous zosteriform metastatic carcinoma arising on the healed site of herpes zoster. Korean J Dermatol 2008;46: 347-351. 14. Ebert MH Linear lichen planus (LLP) is a rare form of lichen planus, which is a condition that affects the skin and/or mouth.In LLP, specifically, affected people develop itchy, purple, flat-topped papules (bumps) in a linear distribution along the lines of Blaschko.Although these papules can be found anywhere on the body, they most commonly affect the limbs (arms and legs)
Lichen planus (LP) is a chronic inflammatory disorder that most often affects middle-aged adults. LP can involve the skin or mucous membranes including the oral, vulvovaginal, esophageal, laryngeal, and conjunctival mucosa. It has different variants based on the morphology of the lesions and the site of involvement. The literature suggests that certain presentations of the disease such as. Lichen planus is a chronic, inflammatory, autoimmune disease1 occurring in 0.1 to 4 percent of the general population, most often in perimenopausal women.2 Lichen planus can appear at any age, but. Progressive cribriform and zosteriform hyperpigmentation, first described by Rower et al. in 1978, is a distinctive clinicopathological pigmentary disorder of the skin. The following criteria was suggested for diagnosis of PCZH (1) uniformly tan cribriform macular pigmentation in a zosteriform distribution; (2) a histologic pattern that. Lichen planus was also excluded because of the absence of the characteristic histological findings such as basal layer vacuolization, Civatte bodies and a band-like inflammatory cell infiltration. Instead, one of the most pronounced histological features in our case was a prominent eosinophil infiltration in the lesion
Interestingly, also other localized skin disorders were reported in SV including segmental lichen planus, zosteriform lichen planus pigmentosus, lichen nitidus, and linear psoriasis (48-52). While relatively common in NSV, alopecia areata was only reported in 2 cases (10, 47) Lichen planus actinicus is a distinct clinical variant of lichen planus in which lesions are limited to sun-exposed areas of the body. 283. and 284. It has a predilection for certain races, 285 particularly young individuals of Oriental origin Zosteriform lichen planus. Arch Dermatol. 1990; 126 665-668 12 Irgang S. Zosteriform lichen planus: case report. Cutis. 1968; 4 1076-1078 13 Kumar V, Garg B R, Baruak M C, Vasireddi S S. Childhood lichen planus. J Dermatol. 1993; 20 275-277.
Zosteriform lichen planus without evidence of herpes simplex virus or varicella-zoster virus by polymerase chain reaction. Report of two cases. Acta Derm Venereol. 1997;77:491-2 Lichen planus (LP) is the prototypical lichenoid tissue reaction (LTR) that affects approximately 1 % of the population worldwide. Classic LP is characterized by violaceous, flat- topped, polygonal papules, which favor the flexor aspects of the body. LP can affect any ectodermally derived tissues (skin, hair, nail, mucous membranes, esophagus. Zosteriform lichen planus. Harder, M. K., Kasha, E. E.> ;Arch Dermatol. 1990 May; 39 citations. Subcorneal pustular dermatosis (Sneddon-Wilkinson disease) in association with a monoclonal IgA gammopathy: a report and review of the literature Öz: Lichen planus (LP) is an acquired inflammatory dermatos. Linear lichen planus (LLP) is a rare form of LP and generally exhibits in chidhood. It is commonly seen as secondary to the Koebner phenomenon. However, it can be segmental or follows the lines of Blaschko Start studying Skin lesions and common shapes - pictures and examples. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools
Wolf's isotopic response (181 words) exact match in snippet view article find links to article (September 2001). Wolf's isotopic response: a case of zosteriform lichen planus on the site of healed herpes zoster. J Eur Acad Dermatol Venereol Lora V, Cota C, Kanitakis J. Zosteriform lichen planus after herpes zoster: report of a new case of Wolf's isotopic phenomenon and literature review. Dermatol Online J. 2014;20. pii:13030/qt5vf99178. Lin CH, Chen HC, Gao HW, et al. Wolf's post-herpetic isotopic response to tocilizumab for rheumatoid arthritis. Australas J Dermatol. 2018;59:E135. Cite this article as. Corresponding author e-mai Zosteriform lichen planus. Danielle Perry, Nasim Fazel. Muir-Torre syndrome. Daniel Navi, Akhil Wadhera, Maxwell A Fung, Nasim Fazel. Evaluation and management of the patient with photosensitivity Herpes zoster should be differentiated from zosteriform herpes simplex. In zosteriform herpes simplex, there is no painful prodrome, small vesicles of almost uniform size, less number of grouped vesicles, and more likely to recur. Other differential diagnoses include zosteriform lichen planus, drug eruption, insect bites, folliculitis
Zosteriform lichen Planus - A rare case report (Journal of clinical and experimental dermatology research, May 2018) Related posts. March 10, 2020. Dr Manikandan. Read more. February 25, 2020. Dr. Dhanya Shaji. Read more. February 25, 2020. Dr. Deepthi N S. Read more. Our Address. City Hospital Cochi Wolf's isotopic response (187 words) exact match in snippet view article find links to article (September 2001). Wolf's isotopic response: a case of zosteriform lichen planus on the site of healed herpes zoster. J Eur Acad Dermatol Venereol Perone JB, Haisley-Royster C. Zosteriform Lichen Planus: Nomenclature or Nosology? November 2001. Perone JB, Haisley-Royster C. Ecthyma Gangrenosum without Bacteremia. September 2001 Perone JB, Cook JL. Tattoo Allergy: Reaction to Purple Pigment. April 2001. Perone JB, Myers SA. CADASIL: Cerebral Autosomal Dominant Arteriopathy wit Unilateral Linear Lichen Planus with Mucous Membrane Involvement CHRISTOPH HARTL 1, KAY H. STEEN , HOLGER WEGNER , HEINZ-WERNER SEIFERT2 and THOMAS BIEBER1 1Departmentof Dermatology, University of Bonn and2Dermatological Practice, Bonn, Germany Linear lichen planus is a rare distinctive variant of lichen pla Dr. Edwin E. Kasha is a Dermatologist in Evansville, IN. Find Dr. Kasha's phone number, address, insurance information, hospital affiliations and more
Introduction Lichen planus (LP) is a common inflammatory disorder that affects skin, mucous membrane, nails and hair. It is classically characterised by pruritic, shiny, violaceous, flat topped, polygonal papules which retain skin lines and maybe closely aggregated or widely dispersed.1 Various etiological factors include immunological. (3) These include leukemic infiltration, lymphoma, lichen planus, morphea, reactive perforating collagenosis, melanoma metastases, angiosarcoma, and infections. (4-11) Given this broad range of dermatologic disorders, including malignancy, that can present in a zosteriform distribution, a skin punch biopsy is recommended for confirming the. Zosteriform lichen planus: case report. Cutis 1968, 4: 1076-1078. Pityriasis rubra pilaris responsive to ascorbic acid. Australasian Journal of Dermatology, Sydney, June 1968, 9 (3): 211-217. List people by country; List people alphabetically; List eponyms alphabetically
Dermatology ZLP abbreviation meaning defined here. What does ZLP stand for in Dermatology? Get the top ZLP abbreviation related to Dermatology Lichen planus is an acute or chronic inflammatory dermatosis involving skin and/or mucous membranes, characterized by flat-topped, pink to violaceous, shiny, itchy polygonal papules on the skin and milky white reticulated papules in the mouth. Skin lesions are often itchy and mucous membrane lesions are often painful Multidermatomal zosteriform lichen planus pigmentosus-a unique presentation. GOJKO ADZIC IMPACT MAPPING PDF. Indian Dermatol Online J ;5: Activation marker analysis of mononuclear cell infiltrates of oral lichen planus in situ. Psychological factors associated with oral lichen planus Time-resolved fluorescence spectroscopy for the diagnosis of oral lichen planus. Clin Exp Dermatol. 2018 Jul; 43(5):546-552. Gorpas D, Davari P, Bec J, Fung MA, Marcu L, Farwell DG, Fazel N. PMID: 29436013