Grinspan syndrome is a syndrome characterized by presence of the triad : essential hypertension, diabetes mellitus & oral lichen planus.
Oral lichen planus is thought to be a result of the drugs used for treatment of hypertension & diabetes mellitus but this is not confirmed.
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