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구강 편평 태선 152예의 임상 병리학적 검색
Review of 152 cases of oral lichen planus with respect to clinicopathologic parameters

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Authors
Kim, Soo-Jin; Hong, Sam-Pyo; Kim, Jin-Myung; Hong, Eun-Ki; Choi, Nam-Sik; Oh, Hyun-Joo
Issue Date
2000-11
Publisher
대한치과의사협회
Citation
대한치과의사협회지 378(2000.11) pp.1075-1081
Keywords
Oral lichen planusdemographic studiesclinio-pathologic parametersKorea
Abstract
Oral Lichen Planus (OLP) is a relatively common chronic dermatologic disease that often affects
the oral mucosa. OLP is of particlar interest to dentists due to its high prevalence and its
preceding occurrence in the oral cavity. One hundred and fifth-two cases of OLP confirmed at the
Department of Oral Pathology, College of Dentistry, Seoul National University, between 1986 and
1999 were reviewed with respect to clinicopathologic parameters such as age, gender, site of
involvement, chief complaint and clinical manifestations at the first admission, and histopathologic
findings. The purpose of this study was to provide dental school students and dentists with
demographic data of OLP involving Korean subjects. OLP occurrd more frequently in female than in
male with the ratio of female of 1: 1.62. They occurred over a wide age rang from 22 to 77 with
average of 52.1, most commonly in the 6th decade. The most common site was the buccal mucosa(70.9%),
followed by the tongue(12.6%), the gingive(9.3%), the labial mucosa, and others. The most common
chief complaint was pain, experienced by 97 patients(64.2%). Patients with OLP in this series
presented more commonly white reticular or linear pattern(55.9%) than ulcerative or erosive one(24.6%).
ISSN
1226-9638
Language
Korean
URI
https://hdl.handle.net/10371/47263
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