- The occurrence and distribution of lesion in the oral mucosa is:
- The reticular form with characteristic Wickham’s Striae is most commonly seen bilaterally on the buccal mucosa, followed by the mucobuccal folds and gingiva
- The plaque like form of reticular LP is most often seen on the tongue,
- Less commonly seen on the floor of mouth or palate
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