OLL

(redirected from Oral Lichenoid Lesion)
AcronymDefinition
OLLon Line Learning
OLLon Line Library
OLLOur Lady of the Lake (Catholic Church; Holland, MI)
OLLOur Lady of Lourdes (Northridge, CA)
OLLOn-Line Learning
OLLOn-Line Love
OLLOrient Last Layer (Rubik's Cube solving)
OLLOff List Lower (rifle receiver)
OLLOral Lichenoid Lesion
OLLOrange Little League (Connecticut and California)
OLLOut Loud Laughing (Internet slang)
OLLOviedo Little League (Oviedo, FL)
References in periodicals archive ?
Lockhart et al., "Oral lichen planus and oral lichenoid lesions: diagnostic and therapeutic considerations," Oral Surgery, Oral Medicine, Oral Pathology, Oral Radiology, and Endodontology, vol.
Kaimal, "A retrospective survey of oral lichenoid lesions: Revisiting the diagnostic process for oral lichen planus," Oral Surgery, Oral Medicine, Oral Pathology, Oral Radiology, and Endodontology, vol.
As in all forms of contact allergy, the best treatment is avoidance of the product and allergen if identified (84).Due to the premalignant character of oral lichenoid lesions, epicutaneous tests to verify suspect intraoral allergens and follow up of these patients are important.
Oral lichenoid lesions and allergy to dental materials.
OLRs have sometimes been considered as part of OLP, and have also been described as contact allergies, oral lichenoid lesions, or contact lesions.
Contact allergy to dental restorative materials in patients with oral lichenoid lesions. Contact Dermatitis 1997; 36:141-146.
(2.) Al Hashimi I, Shifter M, Lockhart PB, Wrap D, Brennan M, Migliorate et al :OLP and Oral lichenoid lesions OOO S25;e; 2007; 103: 1-12.
An open clinical trial of a new mouth-PUVA variant in the treatment of oral lichenoid lesions. Oral Surg Oral Med Oral Pathol Oral Radiol Endod 1997; 84: 502-505.
The terms oral lichenoid reactions (OLRs) or oral lichenoid lesions (OLLs) refer to lesions histologically and clinically similar to oral lichen planus (OLP), though with the particularity that in these cases the underlying cause is identifiable [2].Drug-induced oral lichenoid reactions were first mentioned in 1929, and were later cited in 1971 by Almeyda and Levantine [3].