Published in Hepatitis Weekly, May 13th, 2002
Oral lichen planus manifests itself as an eruption of small flat bumps within the mouth that can occur and remit at any time, and it has been observed quite often in patients with HCV. Anticardiolipin attacks particles within the body's cells, thus linking it with autoimmune illness. High levels of anticardiolipin (aCL) have been detected in patients with HCV although physicians have attributed this finding to liver injury and immune response rather...
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