Reply to the Letter by Happle

Perniciaro, Charles; Lutz, Michael E.; Lim, Katherine K.
July 1998
Acta Dermato-Venereologica;7/21/98, Vol. 78 Issue 4, p300
Academic Journal
Presents a reply to the comment of Rudolf Happle regarding the nomenclature of zosteriform lichen planus. Absence of varicella in the lichen planus; Recognition of zosteriform in dermatologic literatures; Inability of nosology to affect variants of lichen planus.


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