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Figure 3: Dermatoscopy (10×) of pigmented contact dermatitis showing gray dots and granules corresponding to dermal melanin with (a) white light and (b) yellow light (580 nm). Images captured using Dermlite DLII multispectral (3Gen Inc, USA) with Nikon 1 AW1 (14.1 MP mirrorless camera, Nikon Corp., Tokyo, Japan). Basal layer pigmentation seen as brown pseudoreticular pattern in white light is not seen in yellow light while deeper melanin due to pigment incontinence is highlighted in yellow light

Figure 3: Dermatoscopy (10×) of pigmented contact dermatitis showing gray dots and granules corresponding to dermal melanin with (a) white light and (b) yellow light (580 nm). Images captured using Dermlite DLII multispectral (3Gen Inc, USA) with Nikon 1 AW1 (14.1 MP mirrorless camera, Nikon Corp., Tokyo, Japan). Basal layer pigmentation seen as brown pseudoreticular pattern in white light is not seen in yellow light while deeper melanin due to pigment incontinence is highlighted in yellow light