Lichen Nitidus is a rare skin condition that usually appears as tiny, skin-colored, glistening bumps on the surface of your skin. Lichen N+D60 Tidus results from abnormal inflammatory activity in skin cells, but the cause of inflammation is unknown. Although, Lichen Nitidus may affect anyone, it typically develops in children and young adults. Lichen Nitidus rarely causes discomfort and usually clears up on its own without treatment. Lichen Nitidus doesn't increase your risk of skin cancer and it isn't an infectious disease that can spread to other people.
HOW IS LICHEN NITIDUS DIAGNOSED?
A dermatologist would thoroughly examine the skin with the help of a magnifying glass. A biopsy might be performed to confirm the diagnosis and rule out any other disorders with similar symptoms.
HOW IS LICHEN NITIDUS TREATED?
The lumps would be clear on it, with no scarring or disfigurement. In rare cases, if there is itching then corticosteroids or antihistamines would be prescribed to reduce inflammation.
DID YOU KNOW?
Lichen Nitidus does not increase the risk of skin cancer and Lichen Nitidus isn't an infectious disease.