Preputial lichen sclerosus: a rare and easily ignored initial clinical presentation of newly diagnosed diabetes mellitus

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Y-CC: manuscript writing, literature search and data interpretation. H-WC: manuscript writing, literature search and figure editing. P-YS: manuscript writing and figure editing. Y-SJ: corrections to the report. C-CT: data interpretation and corrections to the report. All authors were equally involved in clinical diagnosis and management of the patient. All authors have approved the final version of the manuscript.

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Chen, Y., Chen, H., Shen, P. et al. Preputial lichen sclerosus: a rare and easily ignored initial clinical presentation of newly diagnosed diabetes mellitus. World J Urol 37, 2807–2808 (2019). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00345-018-2612-0

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