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Am Fam Physician. 2001 May 1;63(9):1686.

Question 17 of the “Clinical Quiz” in the June 1, 2000, issue, pertaining to the article “Lichen Planus,” was inaccurately stated. The question should ask, “Which of the following terms is/are typically used to describe lichen planus lesions?” The correct answers remain A and D. The corrected question is reprinted below.

17. Which of the following terms is/are typically used to describe lichen planus lesions?

  • A. Polygonal.

  • B. Pustules.

  • C. Paired.

  • D. Pruritic.


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