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A 47-year-old man with a history of recent subclinical
hepatitis C infection presents complaining
of rash and mouth pain for the past
week. The rash is pruritic. Examination reveals
lesions on his wrists, ankles, and scalp; the lesions
are shiny, violaceous, sharply demarcated,
confl uent papules containing fi ne white
lines in a lacy pattern on their surfaces. Examination
of his oropharynx reveals an erosion on
the left buccal mucosa with the same fi ne
white reticulation. Which of the following is
the most likely diagnosis?
(A) Erythema multiforme
(B) Hypersensitivity vasculitis
(C) Lichen planus
(D) Secondary syphilis
(E) Viral exanthema
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(C) Lichen planus

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6 P's - Pruritic Purple Polygonal Papules Periphery Penis & associated with Auto-immune & Hep C
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ya, C) lichen planus......lot of buzzwords and association with hepatitis-c too..

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Yes answer is (C) Lichen planus
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