Close
 Indian J Med Microbiol  
 

Figure 2: No differences in the pattern of PGP9.5-positive nerve fibers between reticular type of oral lichen planus (OLP-R) and erosive type of oral lichen planus (OLP-E). (a) A sample of PGP 9.5-positive nerve fibers from OLP-R lesions. (b) A sample of PGP9.5-positive nerve fibers from OLP-E lesions. The innervation of both OLP lesions is distributed at the subepithelial networks (arrows). Magnification ×200. (c) A bar graph represents the mean number of PGP 9.5-positive nerve fiber densities in each pathological lesion: Reticular type of oral lichen planus (OLP-R), erosive type of oral lichen planus (OLP-E) and noninflamed oral mucosa (OM)

Figure 2: No differences in the pattern of PGP9.5-positive nerve fibers between reticular type of oral lichen planus (OLP-R) and erosive type of oral lichen planus (OLP-E). (a) A sample of PGP 9.5-positive nerve fibers from OLP-R lesions. (b) A sample of PGP9.5-positive nerve fibers from OLP-E lesions. The innervation of both OLP lesions is distributed at the subepithelial networks (arrows). Magnification ×200. (c) A bar graph represents the mean number of PGP 9.5-positive nerve fiber densities in each pathological lesion: Reticular type of oral lichen planus (OLP-R), erosive type of oral lichen planus (OLP-E) and noninflamed oral mucosa (OM)