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Lichen aureus

Lichen aureus
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DiseasesDB 31388

Lichen aureus (also known as "lichen purpuricus"[1]) is a skin condition characterized by the sudden appearance of one or several golden or rust-colored, closely packed macules or lichenoid papules.[2]:830

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