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Saheb Jami M, Baghaie F, Baharvand M. Evaluating lichenoid oral lesions and the prevalence of candidal infection. jdm. 1995; 8 (2) :38-45
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Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE AR-SA 50 patients with oral lichenoid lesions who had oral candidiasis were selected for clinical examination and histopathologic evaluation. Inclusion criteria were reticular lichenoid lesions or any erosive, atrophic, bullouse or plaque-like changes with any reticular view. Medical and dental history and recent used drugs of patients were recorded in special forms. Incisional biopsy was taken from all the lesions. From Each biopsy, 4 incisions were provided of which one was colored by E&H and the others with PAS. E&H was used for pathologic diagnosis while PAS incisions were used for identifying candidal  psudohyphae in epithelial tissue. In this analysis, findings on lichenoid lesions were obtained as well as observing a single case of candidal infection.

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