Lichenoid dermatitis is a recurrent rash that is due to inflammation. This rash is initially small, flat-topped, bumps that in time join up together into rough, scaly patches on the skin. The bumps are usually 2 to 4 mm. Lichenoid dermatitis is a very curious skin condition, the effects of which are localized to the areas of involvement. The color of this rash sets it up differently from other skin disorders such as eczema, psoriasis.
ICD Code 701.0
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