Please describe the events and tests that led to a diagnosis of lichen sclerosus.
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How is it diagnosed?
Doctors can look at severe lichen sclerosus and know what it is. But usually, a doctor takes a small piece of the skin patch (biopsy) and looks at it under a microscope. This allows doctors to make sure that it is not a different disease.