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Where is Koebners phenomenon mostly seen?



A. In Lichen planus
B. In Psoriasis
C. In Icthyosis
D. In Pitriasis rubra
E. Phemphigus

This question is part of MCQs (Part V) Dermatology
Asked by Icxx, Last updated: Mar 26, 2020

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Dr.R.Saha

Dr.R.Saha

Answered Aug 07, 2018

Classically Koebner's Phenomenon is described for Lichen planus. Though Psoriasis also can have it. Both are correct but if one has to be chosen then L.P should be the answer

 

icxx

Icxx

Answered Jun 18, 2018

Psoriasis
 

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