Lichen ruber und lichenoide Dermatosen

  • Constantin E. Orfanos
  • Claus Garbe

Zusammenfassung

Der Lichen ruber bzw. verwandte lichenoide Dermatosen sind ausschließlich auf die Haut oder/und die Schleimhaut beschränkte, chronische Krankheitszustände, als unspezifische Reaktionen des Hautorgans Manifestationen an anderen Organen wurden bisher vermutet, jedoch nicht gesichert. Morphologisch kommen zahlreiche Varianten eines Lichen vor; typisch für lichenoide Läsionen sind rötlich-livide bis bräunlich-rote, glatt-glänzende polygonale Papeln, die oft follikulär lokalisiert sind. Konfluierende Herde sind häufig zentral etwas eingedellt und zeigen eine netzförmige, mit der Lupe gut sichtbare, weiße bis gräuliche Zeichnung, die sog. Wickham-Streifen. Daneben kommen gelegentlich anuläre, atrophische oder hypertrophisch-hyperkeratotische Läsionen vor. Lichen und lichenoide Dermatosen sind in der Regel mit mehr oder weniger starkem Juckreiz verbunden.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Constantin E. Orfanos
    • 1
  • Claus Garbe
    • 1
  1. 1.Universitäts-Hautklinik und PoliklinikKlinikum Benjamin Franklin der Freien Universität BerlinBerlinDeutschland

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